Tropical Storm Beryl hits north-east Florida
Tropical Storm Beryl threatened to snarl traffic on Memorial Day as it brought drenching rain, winds and the possibility of flooding to the southeastern U.S. coast. The storm made landfall in Florida early Monday near
Updated at 12:34 a.m. ET: — Tropical Storm Beryl began to make landfall early Monday morning, bringing heavy rain and high winds to northeast Florida, Weather Channel meteorologist Mike Sidel said. The center of the
Tropical Storm Beryl was close to making landfall in the southeastern U.S. late Sunday, as coastal areas were already starting to feel the impact of drenching rains and driving winds. The National Hurricane Center in Miami
By David Beasley ATLANTA (Reuters) – Tropical Storm Beryl closed in on the southeastern US coast on Sunday, dumping rain and whipping up heavy surf from northeastern Florida to South Carolina. The second named storm of the 2012 Atlantic hurricane
MIAMI — Bud is weakening and becoming increasingly disorganized in the Pacific just off Mexico. The U.S. National Hurricane Center in Miami said Saturday that Bud had degenerated to a remnant low.