- published: 02 May 2017
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Pembroke Pines, Florida, crazy weather, from sun to rain,
100 mph wind
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This video (taken by NWS employee Dennis Feltgen) shows a funnel cloud which did touchdown and produce a tornado in parts of Davie and Southwest Ranches on the evening of Sep. 16, 2015. A storm survey was conducted and it was determined that an EF-0 tornado occurred. The tornado first touched down in Imagination Farms north of Griffin Rd. The tornado lifted very close to Griffin Road, then touched down again in Ivanhoe Estates. Mostly tree damage occurred, but there was some tile damage to homes observed in Ivanhoe Estates.
Conditions will remain the same and are due to begin subsiding at approximately 8pm.
The Weather Channel has summoned their red mode graphics, as Irma is VERY close to Florida. It's rain bands are already hitting Miami-Dade County. A flood watch was also issued here. Though, I don't think the storm surge warning is issued for Pembroke Pines, as the city is inland, and we're far from the coast. I'd like to say good luck to people in the western side of the state!
Hurricane Irma 2017
Hurricane Irma 2017
After Hurricane Irma struck South Florida. The City of Pembroke Pines reached out to the residents of Hollylake a mobile home community. With the assistance of volunteers from the local Broward Teachers Union, residents and the employees of Pembroke Pines. They provided cases of water, ice and food. Firefighters and Police officers went door to door checking on the residents. They brought food to those who were unable to go down and get it for themselves. This was done in the morning and again in the evening. The Salvation Army provided hot meals as well as sandwiches to the residents. After the hurricane many were left without power and clean drinking water. Seeing the community come together as one of the many reasons I am proud to be a resident of Pembroke Pines. Music by: Luar luarbeat...