Beryl to dampen Memorial Day along SE coast


It's hard to believe, but days before the official start of the 2012 Atlantic Hurricane Season the state of Florida is bracing for what is expected to become the second tropical storm of the season, and which is already responsible

Last Updated 11:16 am ET (CBS/AP) MIAMI – A cluster of thunderstorms that is expected to become Tropical Storm Beryl could make for a sloppy Memorial Day in the southeast. Tropical storm warnings were in effect Saturday from northern Florida to South

Subtropical storm Beryl formed overnight off the coast of South Carolina as the Pacific coast of Mexico felt the softening lash of another storm, Bud, once a hurricane but now a rapidly weakening tropical depression. As Mexican authorities breathed a

Subtropical Storm Beryl is expected to move southwest and the Georgia coast and northern Florida could see heavy rains starting Sunday. This image shows Subtropical Storm Beryl along the South Carolina Georgia coastlines at 11:30 pm Friday.

The second tropical storm of the season formed Friday night — a week before the season officially begins — but meteorologists have good news for people planning to attend Food Lion Speed Street, the NASCAR races at

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