LeBron James prompts National Weather Service to give flood update

Miami Heat forward LeBron James in action on March 27, 2013
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Miami Heat star LeBron James prompts the National Weather Service to update their advisory in the area by posting photos of flooding online.

Miami Heat star LeBron James prompted the National Weather Service to issue an advisory after posting pictures of flooding on his Instagram account.

The 28-year-old put four photos online on Saturday with the caption "Miami ain't always sunshine. Mother nature ain't nothing to mess with. Rain rain go away, come back ..."

An hour after the post, the National Weather Service updated the page for Coral Cables, citing LeBron as their number one source for the flooding.

The following day, LeBron took on the Chicago Bulls with Miami Heat, who secured a 105-93 victory.

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