Tropical storm warnings issued


AP Associated Press MIAMI — Tropical storm warnings have been issued for the Southeast coast from north Florida to South Carolina as a cluster of thunderstorms was gathering strength Friday night and expected to become Tropical Storm Beryl over the

MIAMI — Bud is weakening and becoming increasingly disorganized in the Pacific just off Mexico. The U.S. National Hurricane Center in Miami said Saturday that Bud had degenerated to a remnant low.

A cluster of thunderstorms stalled off the U.S. coast on Saturday is expected to make for a sloppy, rainy Memorial Day on beaches and in tourist towns from Florida to South Carolina.

A low pressure system hovering near the country could develop into a tropical storm by Sunday, according to Chief Climatological Officer Michael Stubbs. However, Stubbs said given the present path of the system, The Bahamas is not expected to be under

Tropical storm warnings were in effect for the entire Georgia coastline, as well as parts of Florida and South Carolina, according to the National Hurricane Center in Miami. Beryl was technically still considered a “subtropical storm,” but the system

  • Tropical storm warnings issued
  • Tropical storm warnings issued from Florida to South Carolina
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  • Beryl threatens rain, winds on southeast US coast
  • Tropical Storm Beryl could snarl holiday traffic
  • Tropical Storm Beryl could snarl holiday traffic
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  • US Beryl makes landfall, bringing heavy rain to Fla. 4 of 9
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