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Tropical Depression Beryl: Transition to Extra-Tropical Complete
30/1745 UTC 33.9N 77.1W EXTRATROPICAL BERYL -- Atlantic
Beryl is now an extratropical Cyclone with winds of 35mph, Chances are the NHC's 5pm advisory will be its last, and it will soon be sent to the hurricane graveyard. Beryl is deepening and its current milibar pressure is 997 and Winds may increase to 45 kts in the open ocean, before it gets absorbed by a large low. Thus, this ends one of the most intresting storm that has made landfall in years. Jacksonville got a rare hit from the east by a tropical system, the drought areas of north florida and south georgia got 10-20 inches of rain, 16 foot waves wrecked havoc on the ocean, and 170 swimmers were pulled out of rough water. This storm has no idication on the rest of the season, however judging by high pressure and the general tracks that have already occured, im assuming this will be a long season for all of us.
All Shipping Intrests are being urged to monitor the further path of this system.
- Storm Chase 2011 Prep. - Weather Tuesday, November 09 2010 04:51:44 PM
- Beryl and landfall updated with local live stream - Weather Sunday, May 27 2012 02:38:34 PM
- Storm damage from Beryl (from Jacksonville not Mom and Dad) - Weather Tuesday, May 29 2012 11:09:53 AM
- A Write Up of Tropical Storm Beryl's Life and Legacy - Weather Thursday, May 31 2012 11:35:38 PM
- The weather Channel gripe (They pissed me off) - Weather Tuesday, August 28 2012 09:28:42 AM
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