Monday, May 28, 2012

Tropical storm

  • SAVANNAH, Ga. — Joyce Connolly and her daughters left their home in Hurricane, W.Va., to head south for a Memorial Day beach vacation — and ended up in the center of Tropical Storm Beryl.
  • (Oregonian)
  • SAVANNAH, Ga. -- Tropical Storm Beryl threatened to soak military remembrance ceremonies and beach vacations on Memorial Day as it brought drenching rain, winds and the possibility of flooding to the southeastern U.S. coast.
  • (San Jose Mercury News)
  • Tropical Storm Beryl brought rain and rip currents to Volusia beaches, but no other reported storm impacts, officials said.
  • (Orlando Sentinel)
  • 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.
  • (Pittsburgh Post-Gazette)
  • SAVANNAH, Ga. (AP) — There are no reports of major damage from the remnants of Tropical Storm Beryl (burl), which are soaking southern Georgia and northern Florida. The storm knocked out power to tens of thousands of people as it made landfall overnight.
  • (AZFamily)
  • May 27 through June 2, 2012 is National Hurricane Preparedness Week, which comes a bit too late to get ready for Tropical Storm Beryl. Tropical Storm Beryl mildly battered the Jacksonville area over the Memorial Day weekend.
  • (Examiner)
  • Tropical Storm Beryl leaked about an inch and a half of rain Monday onto the brush fires burning north of Waldo, slowing the flames significantly, officials said.
  • (Gainesville Sun)
  • Tropical Storm Beryl brought rain and rip currents to Volusia beaches before being downgraded to a tropical depression, officials said. Daytona Beach had less than half an inch of rain from Beryl, the second named storm of the season.
  • (Sun Sentinel)
  • MIAMI—Tropical Storm Beryl made landfall early Monday in northeast Florida, bringing drenching rains and driving winds to the southeastern U.S. coast, forecasters said.
  • (Wall Street Journal)
  • MIAMI -- Tropical storm Beryl weakened early Monday as it moved inland through parts of Florida and Georgia, the National Hurricane Center (NHC) said. Beryl was located around 20 miles (30km) west of Jacksonville, Fla.
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