Sunday, May 27, 2012

Tropical storm

  • ATLANTA (Reuters) - Tropical Storm Beryl gained strength as it closed in on the southeastern U.S. coast on Sunday, dumping rain and whipping up heavy surf from northeastern Florida to South Carolina.
  • (Reuters)
  • Tropical Storm Beryl was wrecking some Memorial Day weekend plans on Sunday, causing shoreline campers to pack up and head inland and leading to the cancellation of some events as the storm approached the southeastern U.S.
  • (NPR News)
  • Tropical Storm Beryl, the second named storm of the 2012 Atlantic season, is nearing hurricane strength as its head for the Florida coast, according to the U.S. National Hurricane Center.
  • (Bloomberg)
  • Beaches along the southern Atlantic coast were closed on Sunday, and visitors and residents in some low-lying regions were told to seek higher ground as Tropical Storm Beryl threatened to upset holiday weekend plans for thousands of beachgoers.
  • (New York Times)
  • (CNN) — Tropical Storm Beryl continued to strengthen as it neared the coasts of Georgia and Florida on Sunday, approaching hurricane strength, forecasters said.
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  • Tropical Storm Beryl already was wrecking some Memorial Day weekend plans on Sunday, sending shoreline campers packing to head inland and canceling some events in the southeastern U.S.
  • (New York Daily News)
  • As the first heavy winds and rain from Tropical Storm Beryl struck northeast Florida on Sunday evening, reports of damage and power outages began to come in, and winds above 40 mph forced the closure of the Mathews Bridge.
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  • The Georgia coast is under a tropical storm warning this Memorial Day weekend, as a cluster of thunderstorms that forecasters expect will become Tropical Storm Beryl strengthens in the Atlantic.
  • (Atlanta Journal Constitution)
  • Tropical storm conditions were forecast Sunday for areas of the Atlantic coast from northeastern Florida to southern South Carolina as Tropical Storm Beryl approached, forecasters said.
  • (WFMZ-TV Online)
  • As of 11 a.m. Sunday,Sub-Tropical Storm BERYL is a little stronger according to reconnaissance aircraft, now MAX winds 60 mph, and turning more westerly at 10 mph. The center of the storm is 135 miles ESE of Brunswick, 125 miles E of Jacksonville.
  • (WALB 10)

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