Tropical Storm Beryl – Monday morning update
Tropical Storm Beryl made landfall just after midnight near Jacksonville Beach, FL. Beryl continues to weaken as it moves inland over northern Florida. A northwest to northeast turn is expected today and tomorrow. Sustained winds are near 50 mph but Beryl is expected to weaken to a tropical depression by tonight.
The long term track has Beryl moving up the East Coast and possibly re-strengthening. Beryl will likely weaken to a Tropical Depression later today or tonight as it starts to make a northerly turn. Beryl will turn northeast on Tuesday and head up the coast. If it stays over land it may not strengthen much at all but would track right over eastern NC. If it moves out over the water it would likely strengthen to a tropical storm.
5:00 AM EDT Mon May 28
Location: 30.3°N 82.0°W
Max sustained: 50 mph
Moving: W at 8 mph
Min pressure: 997 mb
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