CORAL SPRINGS, FL – Expect wet and windy conditions in Coral Springs on Friday as stormy weather moves through the region.

The National Hurricane Center is expecting the first storm of hurricane season to form Saturday somewhere in the Bahamas, bringing with it the possibility of tropical-force gusts to Broward County.

Arthur would be the name of the subtropical or tropical storm.

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Wind gusts could reach 40 mph in some areas and cause scattered power outages, as well as flooding in coastal areas, the National Weather Service said.

A flood advisory was issued Friday morning for central Broward County, in effect until 11:30 a.m.

 

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