The tropical or subtropical storm is forecast to generate dangerous waves and life-threatening rip currents along South Florida’s beaches before it starts producing rain. The tri-county area is under a wind advisory until tomorrow. Gusts could reach speeds over 40 mph.NWS Alert> Wind Advisory in effect from 8 AM in Broward, Miami-Dade and Palm Beach Counties #flwx https://t.co/uFwGav9n0j— Florida Weather Alerts (@SimpleWeatherFL) May 14, 2020 A subtropical storm named Arthur is expected to start forming today could turn southeast Florida beaches into danger zones. A Wind ADVISORY has been issued for coastal Palm Beach County until 8AM Friday. Gusts up to 35 MPH [email protected] @FOX29WFLX #Florida #FLwx pic.twitter.com/BkZyTmz4ri— Kahtia Hall (@KahtiaHall) May 14, 2020 Forecasters expect increasing chances of rain today into Friday.