US Southeast coast braces for heavy rain, winds from Beryl


For now, Beryl looks to make landfall late Sunday evening just before midnight just south of the Ga / Fla border..weaken to a depression by Monday morning..approach Valdosta Monday afternoon..then recurve back to the northeast on Tuesday.

Subtropical storm Beryl began moving faster toward an expected landfall Sunday night on the Southeast U.S. coast, threatening Memorial Day beachgoers with forecast conditions of dangerous surf and drenching rains from

Tropical Cyclone BERYL-12 can have a low humanitarian impact based on the Maximum sustained wind speed and the affected population and their vulnerability. Updated: this report is based on advisory number 3. Tropical

SAVANNAH, Ga. — Subtropical storm Beryl crept Sunday toward the Southeast U.S. coastline, threatening to churn up dangerous surf and drenching rains for a soggy close to the long Memorial Day weekend along beaches

Because of the development of Beryl and the expected track, the National Weather Service has issued tropical storm watches and warning for areas of the southeast. The advisories are for Tropical Storm Warnings for the

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