Axios's Sommer Brugal and Andrew Freedman are reporting on the extreme flash flooding in Miami. 

Heavy rain has caused significant flooding in South Florida, leading to road closures, flight delays, and disruptions to public services. The flooding, exacerbated by high tides, prompted the closure of schools and colleges in Broward County, including all campuses and online classes at Broward College. Miami-Dade experienced delays across public transport systems, and power outages affected over 80,000 customers in the region.

Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport reported numerous flight delays and cancellations as the area dealt with hazardous marine conditions and strong winds. The National Weather Service issued flood watches for Miami-Dade, Broward, and Palm Beach counties, urging residents to remain cautious and avoid roadways.

With the warming climate, extreme precipitation events like this are occurring more frequently and with greater intensity.

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Source: Axios

(This article was written with assistance from ChatGPT)
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