Beryl now a tropical storm, nears SE coast


Tropical Storm Beryl now has maximum sustained winds of 65 mph as it chugs toward land, the National Hurricane Center announced in its 2 p.m. update. It is not expected to weaken until it hits landfall later today. By Monday

Tropical storm conditions were forecast Sunday for areas of the Atlantic coast from northeastern Florida to southern South Carolina as Subtropical Storm Beryl approached, forecasters said. Beryl was a little stronger on Sunday, according to

Tropical storm conditions were forecast Sunday for areas of the Atlantic coast from northeastern Florida to southern South Carolina as Subtropical Storm Beryl approached, forecasters said. Beryl was a little stronger on Sunday, according to

Tropical Storm Beryl is proving to be a surprise this Sunday afternoon, as it pushes toward a rare landfall in a place where tropical storms and hurricanes rarely make landfall. That would be near Jacksonville, or perhaps up

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.

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