Possible Tropical Storm Olga Would Form In The Gulf And a Strong Wave Will Bring Rain To Florida | Univision 23 Miami WLTV

On Friday afternoon, Tropical Storm Olga formed in the Gulf of Mexico, without any danger to the state of Florida.

The meteorological phenomenon, with winds of 40 mph, will continue northbound, towards the New Orleans and Lousiana area, carrying a lot of rain north of the gulf.

The system will end up joining a cold front and will gradually weaken.


During Friday night and Saturday morning, South Florida will begin to receive rains, as a strong tropical wave that is between the Bahamas and Cuba, which is not related to Olga, moves towards the peninsula.

So in Miami and Broward, it will be mainly downpours during Friday night and Saturday morning, and in general throughout the weekend.

In the sea there will be bad conditions, with strong east winds at 15 knots and waves of 4 to 5 feet. There will be surf currents and red flags.

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