STS Beryl A Threat To Southeast US Coast
|By: hurricaneben, 12:30 PM GMT on May 26, 2012||+0|
As Bud weakens into a tropical depression over Mexico, Subtropical Storm Beryl has formed overnight with winds of 45 MPH and is headed WSW at a rather slow 5 MPH. Let's discuss Beryl, it is not expected to undergo any significant change in strength--it might strengthen slightly before making landfall tomorrow night somewhere along the coast of Georgia or in North Florida as a tropical storm. It is something everyone from Charleston to Cape Canaveral should monitor for a wind and rain event. The areas hard hit by drought may get a decent pack of rainfall, but not quite enough to fully relieve their condition. Still it's definitely going to be a wet and windy Memorial Day weekend, which is unfortunate for tourists and beach-goers in the Jacksonville area who want to have a sunny regular weekend.
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