by Sarah Woodhouse Alberto, Beryl, Chris and Debby. If you’re lucky enough not to have met them in person, these are the four tropical systems big enough to be named so far in the 2012 hurricane season. And we’re only in July. Though experts say it doesn’t necessarily signal a pattern for the season as [...]
Though rains from Tropical Storm Beryl flooded north Florida potato fields, grower-shippers say rain damage and the muddy fields didn’t harm the deal’s overall quality and volume.
Tropical Storm Beryl, 27 May 2012: NASA Tropical Storms Alberto and Beryl have been born, lived, and died well before today's official start of the Atlantic hurricane season. Only twice before (1887 and 1908) since reliable record-keeping began in 1850 have two named storms form so early in the year. Show More Summary
Ah, June. It marks the end of school, the start of summer... and the official start of the 2012 Atlantic hurricane season, which got off to an early start in May with the formation of Tropical Storms Alberto and Beryl. National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration forecasters are calling for a near-normal hurricane season this year. Show More Summary
The ingredients for the Tropical Storm Beryl cocktail were first stirred over Cuba early last week -- warm subtropical waters, sugar, convection, mint ---until she picked up enough steam to become the second named preseason system of 2012. By Wednesday, still fairly tight to the coast of south Florida,...
The tropical storm in Florida finally began to weaken after it made Memorial Day a washed out weekend holiday. This reports comes after the NHC reported that the storm reached land Monday night. The Guardian reports more on this story in the post “Beryl downgraded from tropical storm to a depression but still soaks US [...]
The remnants of Tropical Storm Beryl spun off a tornado that destroyed three homes and damaged dozens of others near the North Carolina coast Wednesday as the system sped toward the Atlantic, authorities said.
With Tropical Storm Beryl making everything in Jacksonville all wet and mushy, the Jaguars were forced to conduct some indoor practices. Being the Jaguars, they don’t have a fancy indoor [...]
(CNN) -- Two days after slamming into northeast Florida, Beryl strengthened into a tropical storm again as it prepared to reenter the Atlantic Wednesday, spreading heavy rain and blustery winds along the coast of the Carolinas and Georgia. Show More Summary
Residents along the Southeast coast were warned of possible flooding Tuesday from former Tropical Storm Beryl that left up to 10 inches of rain in northern Florida and was moving northeastward before heading back toward the coast and into the Atlantic.
Tropical Storm Beryl formed off the Carolina coast on Friday, May 25 as "System 94L" and later that day became the second tropical storm of the Atlantic Hurricane Season, before the season even started. Over the Memorial Day holiday weekend in the U.S. NASA and NOAA satellites kept track of Beryl, feeding forecasters with valuable data. read more
South Georgia and north Florida grower-shippers are checking for damage from Tropical Storm Beryl. The storm rolled through the growing regions May 27-28 and made landfall at Jacksonville, Fla. It dumped heavy rains, but 70 mph winds...Show More Summary
The tropical storm has brought much-needed rain to parts of Florida and Georgia. More rain is expected today and Wednesday.
With the official start of hurricane season coming Friday, U.S. officials are reviewing their disaster plans — especially since a tropical storm already swept ashore this week.
As Tropical Storm Beryl moves across the Atlantic, tens of thousands of people were left without power as beach vacations and some Memorial Day remembrance services were drenched. Though winds raged to 70mph soon after it hit, they later...Show More Summary
Bunches of friends were at the beach this weekend when Tropical Storm Beryl dumped rain and apparently a lot of blowing sand on families trying to enjoy the beach. From the AP: “SAVANNAH, Ga. (AP) — The remains of Tropical Storm Beryl...Show More Summary
Tropical Storm Beryl left little damage after sweeping ashore with 70 mph winds around midnight Sunday at Jacksonville, Fla., before it was downgraded to a tropical depression and continued to dump rain near the Georgia-Florida state line.
The National Hurricane Center downgraded Tropical Storm Beryl to a tropical depression this afternoon less than 24 hours after it made landfall in Florida and brought soaking rains, winds and the possibility of flooding to the southeast coast. According to the NHC in Miami, Beryl made landfall just after midnight Monday near Jacksonville Beach in [...]Show More Summary
Post by Kiri Blakeley Tropical Storm Beryl has been downgraded to a tropical depression, but that didn't save tens of thousands of people in Florida and Georgia from having their Memorial Day weekend plans ruined, not to mention their...Show More Summary
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.