Monday, May 28, 2012


  • ATLANTA (Reuters) - Tropical Storm Beryl cut a soggy path across the U.S. southeast on Monday after swirling ashore in Florida at near hurricane strength.
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  • (Abc Local Web)
  • Tropical Depression Beryl may be to blame for pulling a Brevard County mans boat out to sea. Marc Josselson said one minute the boat was sitting behind his house on Crescent Beach Drive in Cocoa Beach. The next, it was sailing out in the ocean.
  • (click orlando)
  • Northeast Florida's brush with Tropical Storm Beryl left the region soaked but in tact Monday, causing more inconvenience than peril. Tens of thousands of residents still had no power, and many Memorial Day events were canceled.
  • (Florida Times-Union)
  • Beryl brought rain, winds, waves and rip currents to Brevard County. But it also may have brought another problem, sharks.
  • (Bay News 9)
  • If youre a metro Atlantan enjoying Memorial Day, youll likely be asking that question. Tropical Storm Beryl, so designated by the National Weather Service, is expected to lose steam, Channel 2 Action News meteorologist Karen Minton predicts.
  • (Atlanta Journal Constitution)
  • It's all over but the raining. What once was formidable tropical storm Beryl was downgraded Monday to a tropical depression, but one still able to make its presence known, weather experts said.
  • (The Post and Courier)
  • A stormy Memorial Day left North Florida with a weaker drought, some fallen trees and a flood watch in effect for several counties Tuesday.
  • (Gainesville Sun)
  • Bill Kinney, 69, said he was watching the Coca Cola 600 from his Yulee home on Black Rock Road when the storm toppled several trees in the area and knocked out power. Kinney said he was a bit startled, but then went to bed.
  • (Florida Times-Union)
  • Beryl made landfall late Sunday night, and it is continuing to weaken on this Memorial Day. But we are by no means done with this storm system. We will see more rain, gusty winds and possible thunderstorms.
  • (WSAV-TV)

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