More rain is falling in South Florida, on the heels of a line of fierce thunderstorms that flooded several neighborhoods Friday. The National Weather Service has issued a hazardous weather outlook for South Florida through Saturday night.

Forecasters said thunderstorms with heavy rain and dangerous lightning will stick around most of the day into Sunday morning.

Forecasters said more flooding is likely, particularly in low-lying and poorly drained areas. Residents should also watch out for high winds and hail.

Southwest Miami-Dade is recovering from a bout of flooding Friday that turned streets into canals. Cars were floating and residents were rushing to keep valuables safe.

It took over four hours for the water to recede. Residents said they are hoping their neighborhoods don't flood again Saturday.