Planes had been grounded for hours Monday at airports in South Florida as extreme climate moved via the realm.

The Federal Aviation Administration issued floor stops at Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood and Miami Worldwide airports till 9 p.m. attributable to thunderstorms.

Greater than 2,000 flights had been delayed at FLL, whereas MIA reported over 900 delayed flights and 50 canceled ones as of Monday night.

The extreme climate introduced thunderstorms, heavy rain and flooding, and prompted a number of climate advisories all through the day, primarily in Miami-Dade County.

The Biscayne Boulevard ramp to the MacArthur Causeway was additionally shut down Monday attributable to heavy rain and flooding.