Beryl poised for landfall on Southern Atlantic coast
Because of the development of Beryl and the expected track, the National Weather Service has issued tropical storm watches and warning for areas of the southeast. The advisories are for Tropical Storm Warnings for the
The dry weather will give way to increasing interior storms Sunday afternoon. As Subtropical Storm Beryl moves west our rain potential increases Monday and temperatures drop. No severe weather is expected in Tampa Bay
MYRTLE BEACH, S.C. –- Subtropical Storm Beryl formed off the coast of South Carolina Friday night – marking the second pre-season storm this year, the National Weather Service said.
Beryl was centered about 125 miles (201 kilometers) east of Jacksonville. Current forecasts have it making landfall late Sunday or early Monday. Watch extra news footage, full interviews, and extended stories that didn't make the air.
Subtropical storm Beryl crept Sunday toward the Southeast US coastline, threatening to churn up dangerous surf and drenching rains for a soggy close to the long Memorial Day weekend along beaches from northeast Florida to South Carolina.