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Deerfield hires top law firm to tackle SAND issues

Posted on 17 December 2015 by LeslieM

Seagull strolls Hillsboro Beach shoreline.

Seagull strolls Hillsboro Beach shoreline.

By Diane Emeott

The Town of Hillsboro Beach wants the City of Deerfield Beach to either remove all the “revetment groins” placed there some 50 years ago in the 1960s – or  — renourish their beach.

In fact, at the next Hillsboro commission meeting on Jan. 5, 2016, Hillsboro Beach is going to take a vote on authorizing a Chapter 164 action (from Florida Statutes), which Hillsboro Beach Town Manager Robert Kellogg, on Tuesday, called “an attempt to mediate a settlement to resolve issues with Deerfield Beach regarding the groin situation.”

Kellogg declined to comment on what the expected outcome of the meeting would be, other than to say, “I’m not sure what the [Town] commission will decide to do.” 

The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers defines “Groins” as the oldest and most common shore-connected beach stabilization structure. “Revetments” are described as a cover or facing of erosion-resistant material placed directly on an existing slope, embankment or dike to protect the area from waves and strong currents.

Other structural methods of coastal shore protection include: sea walls, bulkheads, dikes and levees, break waters, sills/perched beaches, jetties and piers.



Deerfield Beach has already partnered with Hillsboro Beach on several beach renourishment projects in 2015, 2011, 1998 and 1972, according to Deerfield Beach Director of Sustainable Management Chad Grecsek. (For general public access, the only way to get onto Hillsboro’s private beach is through Deerfield’s public beach.)

Deerfield Beach expended money for renourishment of its own beach in a project that was completed in March.  Deerfield contributed $700,000 toward completion of the project. The State of Florida contributed $700,000. And Hillsboro Beach paid another $700,000 for sand and hauling — plus $250,000 in engineering costs, to equal $950,000 of the total $2.1 million beach renourishment.

The City of Boca Raton did not participate in this project.

Hillsboro Beach also did a beach renourishment in Spring 2014, according to Kellogg.

Regarding reports of Hillsboro Beach stopping placement of sand at a certain point in 2015, Grecsek said, “I do believe the Town [of Hillsboro Beach] ceased placing sand on their beaches because they had accreted sand and additional sand would have them exceeding authorized permitted thresholds.”

According to a story that ran in the March 26, 2015 Observer newspaper, reporting on aMarch 20 Hillsboro Beach Special meeting on beach renourishment, Hillsboro Beach Vice Mayor Deb Tarrant said at the time, “We were handed a golden opportunity. Mother Nature did us a huge favor. She sent a large accretion of sand to the north end of town.”

With that large accretion, Tarrant noted, [Hillsboro] commission could save taxpayers money by being able to send less sand to that area of town.

On Dec. 11, when asked about the current sand situation along Hillsboro beach, Grecsek responded, “We are very much aware that the beach has sustained a significant amount of erosion due to sustained strong northeasterly winds over the last several weeks — which is typical for this time of year.”



In light of Hillsboro Beach preparing to do a Chapter 164 (predicate to a lawsuit), Deerfield Beach City Attorney Andy Maurodis recommended to Deerfield Beach city commission on Dec. 7 that the city  retain the legal services of the firm Conrad Scherer.

Maurodis added that a number of months ago, Deerfield had received notice from Hillsboro Beach “giving us 60 days notice before enforcement of a permanent condition.”

William Scherer was hired by Gov. Rick Scott’s campaign in July 2014 in his bid for re-election; was lead counsel, representing the banks defrauded by Scott Rothstein, and recovered much of the money lost by investors in the million-dollar scheme; and was a leader in the legal effort of George W. Bush to resolve the dispute [with Al Gore] over who won the election in Florida in 2000.

Costs associated with the firm are: $300 to $550 per hour for all the partners assisting and $850 per hour for Mr. Scherer’s fees.

Maurodis offered an alternative; “We [also] have excellent attorneys, who can do it for less.”

What is more important to us than our beach? Our beach is our most important asset!” said Mayor Jean Robb.

Deerfield Beach City Manager Burgess Hanson explained that the Dept. of Environmental Protection (DEP) “is not even sure our groins are impacting this, or they would see a much larger area of erosion. [Hillsboro Beach] has changed their consultant twice. They want not only our city, but the City of Boca Raton [to be involved] as well!”

We do want to protect this. We need to take them on full force,” Hanson continued.

Maurodis added that The City of Deerfield Beach has attempted to negotiate with the Town of Hillsboro Beach – and still wants to do so.

This is a shot to the groin. They have a novice elected official over there,” said Vice Mayor Bill Ganz, saying he hoped this would be as painful as possible for them.

They overlook the fact that since they have a private beach, they are not entitled to the same dollars that we are,” Ganz added.

Deerfield Beach city commission unanimously approved the hire of Conrad Scherer firm – Maurodis’ add-on agenda item — following a separate discussion that same evening on increasing compensation for the City Manager.


View from Deerfield Beach.

View from Deerfield Beach.


The Hillsboro Beach portion of the nourishment was begun in March of this year and completed in April, according to Hillsboro Beach Vice Mayor Deb Tarrant on Dec. 15.

The permit included approximately an equal number of linear feet in both Hillsboro Beach and Deerfield Beach.

Tarrant said that for whatever reason, the engineering costs associated with both the Hillsboro Beach coastline as well as the Deerfield Beach coastline were added to the Hillsboro Beach tab.

These engineering fees include pre-construction costs as well as post-monitoring fees, as required by DEP.  

Every project has regulations and conditions that must be met as per the permits and guidelines issued by DEP.  

The reason “post-monitoring” studies are required is to be sure that as the “placed” sand migrates (which it always does), it does not damage the “hard bottom” (living reef) in the process.  

There are very stringent rules in place for protecting the hard bottom. Too much loose sand is a dangerous thing for a living reef.  If the reef gets buried by the sand that was added to the system unnaturally through a nourishment, the reef will die.  

The mitigation for correcting this kind of damage is extremely expensive and often ineffective.  

This is one reason a nourishment permit is done for a specific amount of sand within a specific template with limits set on both the north and south ends, she explained.

In January of this year, the sea water was lapping at the seawalls of condominiums in the north end of Hillsboro Beach, and residents were desperate for a nourishment.  

In late February, a major accretion event took place.  (When Mother Nature brings sand to a beach, it’s called accretion.  When man brings sand to a beach, it’s a nourishment.)  

The beach that was none-existent in January was partially restored by Mother Nature in February.  

As a result, the engineering consultants for Hillsboro Beach advised the Town that the original amount of sand scheduled for the nourishment within the permitted area would be too much and would very likely cause damage to the hard bottom as a result of ‘over filling’ the area.  

Therefore, the Town acted quickly to reduce the amount of sand being brought in,” Tarrant explained the rationale for Hillsboro stopping placement of the sand during renourishment.

Asked how much money the Town of Hillsboro Beach was able to save, Tarrant said


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Kayak anyone? Friends explore Deerfield Island Park

Posted on 14 September 2015 by LeslieM

kayak091015By Rachel Galvin

When Ira Wechterman first proposed setting up a kayak ramp at Hillsboro Cove Condominiums in Deerfield Beach, a 55-year-old and over condo, he thought the response would be small. Boy, was he wrong. His project has taken on a life much bigger than he expected.

I was pestering our dock master to see if we could get a system set up for kayaks. He said, ‘There are 10 empty boat slips. Pick one and see what you can do.’ I sent out a questionnaire, expecting three or four people interested. Instead, we got over 18,” said Wechterman.

That double digit interest increased more than three-fold, said Wechterman, who added, “People who were non-boaters now have the opportunity to get involved with boating at a minimal cost.”

Their condo maintenance staff built the racks – a total of 36 slots. Many residents, however, leave their kayaks in their condo units. Those interested in putting their kayaks in a slot pay an initial set-up fee to offset the cost of building the racks and a $10 monthly fee added to their Condo Area Maintenance (CAM). There is a dolly nearby to aide in transporting the kayak to the water.

In addition, he researched and found a local company to provide a dock and ramp with overhead bar for easier kayak entry and exit.

My wife and I go out together paddling around Deerfield Island and up to Hillsboro Canal,” he added, saying they often see animals and marine life, including fish, manatees, birds and iguanas.

His wife, Helene, chimed in, “He had never kayaked before we moved here; but I had.”

When asked about the new dock ramp and racks, she said, “I love it. It is wonderful. We try to go out once a week.”

He hopes the city of Deerfield Beach will put in a kayak dock at Pioneer Park so that kayakers can more easily exit the water there and use restroom facilities, as well as explore nearby restaurants before getting back in the water.

The couple moved from Long Island and were snowbirds for 12 years before moving here full-time two years ago.

My wife bought our condo without me ever seeing it,” said Wechterman. “It is one of the few places you can look out and see something green.”

Deerfield Island Park

That something green is Deerfield Island Park, a 53.3 acre nature-oriented park surrounded by the Intracoastal Waterway and the Hillsboro and Royal Palm canals, and accessible only by boat. For those without kayaks or boats of their own, there is a free boat that leaves from Sullivan Park to the island every hour from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. on weekends. The last shuttle leaves at 4:30 p.m. The shuttle is dependent on weather conditions. If the weather looks bad, confirm first by calling Quiet Waters Park at 954-357-5100.

This island is an asset not only to those who live across from it at Hillsboro Cove, but all the residents of Deerfield Beach and beyond.

He said the upcoming Sullivan Park improvements will create a whole day experience. Kids can play in the fountain and then the family can go to Deerfield Island Park to explore the nature trails.

Friends of Deerfield Island Park

Wechterman, who is on the Marine Advisory Board, is the president of Friends of Deerfield Island Park (DIP), a group formed about six months ago to ensure that the island is protected by giving their voices and time to the cause. They not only volunteer, but also raise funds to help create improvements to the island and show others its value. The group is doing outreach to get more individuals and communities involved to increase membership and awareness of the park.

This month, Deerfield Island Park will build and install two kayak and paddleboard racks similar to the ones at Hillsboro Cove with the help of the Friends group and Lowe’s Home Improvement. Visitors will be able to rent kayaks and paddleboards through the Parks Dept.

Butterfly Garden

The Friends of DIP are also helping to create a butterfly garden on Oct. 17 from 9 a.m. to noon. They are seeking 20 volunteers to help plant shrubs and flowers that will attract butterflies. Tools will be provided by Broward County Parks and Recreation.

Those interested in being involved in their group can find out more information at www.friendsofdip.org.

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Burglary Suspect chased By BSO;crashes in Deerfield

Posted on 19 September 2013 by JLusk

BSO dispatch received a call of a breaking and entering at 9:10 a.m. at 2201 Bay Drive in Pompano Beach. A deputy was injured trying to apprehend the suspect on Hillsboro Blvd. and A1A. It appears the suspect hit the deputy with his vehicle causing non life-threatening injuries. A SWAT team moved in on the suspect and removed him in front of hundreds of shocked by-standers

PBFR transported the deputyIMG_20130919_093527_240 to Broward Health North.

The suspect is in custody.

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Bridge Closed for Renovations on Hillsboro Blvd.

Posted on 10 November 2011 by LeslieM

During fall 2011, the Florida Department of Transportation (FDOT) will perform bridge renovations underneath and inside the Hillsboro Boulevard Bridge.

This work requires the bridge to be closed at nighttime, Sunday through Thursday, for a three week span, beginning Dec. 4. and ending Dec. 23 (Please note, the bridge will not be closed Friday or Saturday nights).

During bridge renovations, all traffic crossing the Hillsboro Boulevard Bridge will be detoured to the Palmetto Park Road Bridge via U.S.1 or A.1.A.

Bridge renovations include:

High pressure water cleaning

Sand blasting

Painting steel beams underneath bridge

Work will occur from 7 p.m. to 6 a.m.

Bridge renovations are never easy for residents and business owners living in or around the construction zone. The project team appreciates your patience and understanding during this difficult time.

Project Office Location:
275 Commercial Blvd. Suite 260
Lauderdale by the Sea, FL 33308

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Posted on 06 October 2011 by LeslieM

Blood pressure & depression screenings

Thursday, Oct. 6, 10 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.

NE Focal Point Senior Center, 227 NW 2 St., Deerfield Beach, FL 33441

No cost. Age 60 years and older. 954-480-4449


Deerfield Chamber breakfast

Thursday, Oct. 6, 7:30 a.m.

The Horizon Club, 1208 S. Military Tr., Deerfield Beach, FL 33442

Speaker: Michael Galvin, VP Marketing – Better Business Bureau. Topic: “10 Most Successful Scams.”


Sisterhood of Temple Beth Israel Meeting

Thursday, Oct. 6, 11:30 a.m.

Temple Beth Israel, 201 South Military Tr., Deerfield Beach, FL 33442

Guest speaker: Robert Kunst, of Shalom International. Donation – $2.50.  Mini-lunch served. Guests welcome.


East Village Uncorked

Friday, Oct.7, 6 to 9 p.m.

2600-2700 block of E. Atlantic Blvd., Pompano Beach, FL 33062

Oktoberfest, features German music, wine and beer. Free art, wine, strolling, featured specialty merchants, restaurants and planned improvements. Free parking available.  954-786-7824.


Yom Kippur Services

Friday, Oct. 7, 7 p.m. (Kol Nidrei Prayer Service)

Chabad Jewish Center, 4081 N. Federal Hwy., Pompano Beach, FL 33064


Saturday, Oct. 8:

10 a.m. (Morning Prayer Services)

11:30a.m. (Yizkor Memorial Service)

5:30 p.m. (Closing Prayers followed by a delicious break-fast spread)

To RSVP, ask questions, call 347-410-1106. www.JewishLHP.com


K9 Water Fest

Saturday, Oct. 8 & Sunday, Oct. 9, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.

Quiet Waters Park, 401 S. Powerline Rd., Deerfield Beach, FL 33442

Water playgrounds open only to dogs (and lifeguards). Dogs must be off-leash when inside and will be free to play in water park, must be well-behaved, have proof of current rabies vaccination, county license tag. Donations of dog and cat food, treats, blankets, toys accepted for homeless animals. $5/dog/ 50-minute session, plus $1.50/person (children 5 and under free) park entrance fee. Both days from 4 to 4:50 p.m. will be for small dogs only (under 25 lbs.). 954-357-5100.


Benefit for the Observer’s Karen Rice

Sunday, Oct. 9, 4 p.m.

Boca Raton Plaza, 2901 N. Federal Hwy., Boca Raton, FL 33431

DJ, beer, hot dogs, hamburgers, sides, jello shots and raffle. $20-adults/$5-kids. Karen is currently battling Cancer. Please support her and her family! Contact Ariel Rice: 954-324-6994 or Denise Jann: 561-702-5294. To donate: www.wepay.com/donate/181410.


Pink Heals Tour

Sunday, Oct. 9

• ONLY 9 to 11 a.m. – Register for Classic Car & Truck Show

Duffy’s Sports Grille, 401 N. Federal Hwy., Deerfield Beach, FL 33441

(Cars caravan down to beach. $20 tax deductible donation.)

• 11:30 a.m. – Parade (starts at Quiet Waters Park; Powerline Rd. to Hillsboro Blvd.; east on Hillsboro Blvd. to the beach).

• Following on beach (Main Beach Parking Lot, S. Ocean Way & SE 1 St., Deerfield Beach, 33441)

(Approximate times:)

12:30 to 1 p.m. – Opening ceremonies

1 to 3 p.m. – Broward Sheriff’s Office PAL Boxing Event

2 to 5 p.m. – Live music by Amber Leigh

7 p.m. – Luminaries on the beach

Support women in the fight against Breast cancer. Mammography Van – provided by Boca Raton Regional Hospital (pre-registration required – 561-955-4700), pink fire trucks, skin cancer screenings, bounce houses, food from local vendors, kids play area, etc. Parking at The Cove, shuttles available. www.pinkhealsdb.com.


PINK Paragon Monday

Monday, Oct. 10

Paragon Theaters – Deerfield 8, 3984 W. Hillsboro Blvd., Deerfield Beach, FL  33442

Watch 50/50 at any time this day and Paragon will donate 50 percent of proceeds to Making Strides Against Breast Cancer (Walk Oct. 22). Wear PINK, receive free glass of wine at Wine Bar. 5:30 to 7 p.m., bring a bra and decorate it PINK – supplies, provided. 954-571-2445. www.paragontheaters.com.



Wednesday, Oct. 12, 9 a.m. to 8 p.m.

North Broward Medical Center, 201 E. Sample Dr., Deerfield Beach, FL 33064

Part of week-long event countywide. Includes walk-through tour of AmeriBreasts exhibit (3-D representation of breast and pathology, info. on self-exams, etc.). Mammograms offered for $99. Insurance accepted. Schedule appointment: 954-759-7500 or visit www.BrowardHealth.org/mammo.


Save the Date: Flu and Pneumonia vaccines

Friday, Oct. 14, 3:30 until 6 p.m.

Dixon Ahl Hall (across from City Hall), 2220 NE 38 St., Lighthouse Point, FL 33064

City of LHP Employees only. $25 per person (cash only) for Flu/H1N1 vaccine (walk-ins are welcome). Pneumonia vaccine (effective for 10 yrs) available for $70. Medicare recipients inoculated free with copy of Medicare docs., photo ID. For Pneumonia vaccine, advance notice must be given by Oct. 10 by contacting 954-784-3425.


LHP 2011 Fall Sports registration

• Pee Wee Flag Football

Registration Ages 7-9

Saturday, Oct. 15, 9 a.m.

Frank McDonough Park, 3500 NE 27 Ave., Lighthouse Point, FL 33064


• Youth Soccer Registration

Ages 10-13 (cannot be 14 before December 1)

Wednesday, Oct. 19, 7 p.m.

Dan Witt Park, 4521 NE 22 Ave., Lighthouse Point, FL 33064

For info., call 954-943-6500.

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Posted on 29 September 2011 by LeslieM

Rosh Hashanah Services

• Thursday, Sept. 29

10 a.m. – Morning Prayer Services, 11 a.m. – Shofar Blowing, 7:30 p.m. – Evening Prayer Services

• Friday, Sept. 30

10 a.m. – Morning Prayer Services, 7:30 p.m. – Evening Prayer Services

Chabad Jewish Center, 4081 N. Federal Hwy., Pompano Beach, FL 33064

No membership required. RSVP: 347-410-1106. www.JewishLHP.com.


Bird Walk / Intracoastal History Tour

Saturday, Oct. 1, 8:30 to 10:30 a.m.

Sullivan Park , 1601 E. Hillsboro Blvd., Deerfield Beach, FL 33441

Ages 6 and up. $3 per person. Limited space, pre-registration required. 954-357-5100. Be at Sullivan dock by 8 a.m. to catch shuttle.


Semi-Annual Garage Sale

Saturday, Oct. 1, 8 a.m. to 3 p.m.

2500 NE 22 Court (behind bowling alley), Pompano Beach, FL 33073

Proceeds benefit The Florida Humane Society (Rain date Oct. 8). Donations also accepted. 954-785-2165.


Volunteer Day

Saturday, Oct. 1, 9 a.m.

Deerfield Beach Arboretum, Constitution Park, 2841 W. Hillsboro Blvd., Deerfield Beach, FL 33442

Held by Friends of the Deerfield Beach Arboretum. Bring work gloves. Water and lunch provided. Jerry@treezoo.com or 954-480-4494.


Broward Water Partnership

Starting Oct. 1, Deerfield residents can begin applying for rebates for WaterSense®-approved High-Efficiency Toilets. Must be pre-approved before buying toilet. Rebates up to $100, or the cost of the toilet, whichever is less. Must replace toilet that currently uses more than 1.6 gallons of water per flush, visit (starting 9/30) www.ConservationPays.com for info and eligibility.


Calling All Concerned Residents of Deerfield Beach

Monday, Oct. 3, 6 p.m.

All My Children Daycare IV, 355/377 NW 3 Court, Deerfield Beach, FL 33441

Come with all issues, problems and concerns. Sponsored by Community Action Team of Deerfield Beach. 954-871-2280 or www.myperspectives.blogspot.com.


Pompano Beach Chamber meets

Monday, Oct. 5, 5:30 to 7:30 p.m.

Zuckerello’s, 3017 E Commercial Blvd., Ft. Lauderdale, FL 33308

$10-Chamber members/guests (RSVP by 10/3), $15 at the door (members), $20 (visitors).  Must  RSVP by Monday, Oct. 3 to info@pompanobeachchamber.com or call 954-941-2940.


Fall Fashion Luncheon

Monday, Oct. 3, 11:30 a.m.

Deer Creek Golf Club, 2801 Deercreek Country Club Blvd., Deerfield Beach, FL 33442

Held by Boca/Deerfield Christian Women’s Connection. Speaker Linda Moore. Topic: “When the Going Gets Rough is Shopping Enough?” and Fashion Show by Black/White. $21. Reservations required. 954-427-8434.


Highlands Neighborhood Meeting

Tuesday, Oct. 4, 7 p.m.

Highlands Park, 650 NE 50 Court, Pompano Beach, FL 33064

Pompano Beach Highlands Civic Improvement Assn. welcomes Tiffany Holloway, Broward County liaison for the street improvement project, currently underway.  Residents can ask questions and relay concerns about street reconstruction, water and sewer utilities replacement, and other issues related to the County’s work extending through 2013. The PBHCIA meets the first Tuesday of each month. 954-933-6393, www.pbhighlands.org.


Save the Date: Benefit for the Observer’s Karen Rice

Sunday, Oct. 9, 4 p.m.

Boca Raton Plaza , 2901 N. Federal Hwy., Boca Raton, FL 33431

DJ, beer, hot dogs, hamburgers, sides, jello shots and a raffle. $20-adults/$5-kids. Karen is currently battling Cancer. Please come support her and her family! Contact Ariel Rice: 954-324-6994 or Denise Jann: 561-702-5294. To donate: www.wepay.com/donate/181410.


Save the Date: Pink Heals Truck & Car Show

Sunday, Oct. 9, 11 a.m. to 4 p.m.

Duffy’s Sports Grill, 401 N. Federal Hwy., Deerfield Beach, FL  33441

Sponsored by Olympia Flame Diner and BSO Fire Dept. Awards, dash plaques, live music and fire truck parade. Register at Duffy’s and caravan down to beach. 954-410-5536.

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Road closed near Hilslboro, SE 12 Avenue

Posted on 13 June 2011 by LeslieM

BSO deputies have roads closed near SE 12 Avenue and Hillsboro Boulevard while the fire department works to cap an active gas leak. Please avoid the area at this time.

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Hillsboro Streetscape Project Update – 6/4/2011

Posted on 05 June 2011 by LeslieM

The City / Community Redevelopment Agency and Ric-Man Construction have completed new street lighting installations now that FPL has removed their aerial facilities (wires and poles).

We anticipate the Contractor (Ric-Man Construction) requiring five weeks to complete the project’s punch list and concrete paver brick restorations.

The installation of landscape areas soils commenced May 16, and tree installations commenced on May 26.

Other plants and irrigation sprinklers including the final layer of asphalt and new roadway striping will follow these operations.

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South Florida under tornado watch

Posted on 17 January 2011 by LeslieM

South Florida from Palm Beach to the Keys is currently under a tornado watch as weather conditions deteriorate across the region. This is not the day to be in the water as water spouts and rip currents are highly likely.  A slight risk of tornadoes will be present over much of South Florida late this morning through the afternoon, primarily from the Cape Sable area northward through the Southeast Florida metro areas, with lesser chances over the western half of the peninsula.

Light to moderate rain will continue to spread north and affect all of South Florida through the midday and early afternoon hours. Clusters of heavy showers and a few thunderstorms will also move northeast and affect most of Miami-Dade County through noon, then Broward and Palm Beach counties between noon and 2 pm. These showers and storms will also spread over the near shore Atlantic waters and Biscayne Bay through 2 pm. The main threat with this activity will be lightning strikes, along with wind gusts of 30 to 40 mph in the stronger storms. Persons involved in outdoor activities today should be on the lookout for rapidly deteriorating conditions as the showers and thunderstorms approach from the southwest, and be ready to take shelter from the lightning strikes.

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