• the hals report
Tropical Storm Beryl hit Florida just moments ago with 70mph winds and heavy rain, but before Beryl made landfall in Northeastern Florida the storm began to gain strength off the East Coast and many weather forecasters postulated the storm could reach the status of hurricane.
Currently, the storm does not look like it will reach the status of a hurricane and is expected to shrink as it moves inland loosing momentum. Beryl will probably be downgraded from its current status of tropical storm to a tropical depression by Monday. Needless to say, Tropical Storm Beryl is still causing a commotion.
Florida Gov. Rick Scott urged Florida residents this afternoon to “stay alert and aware.” The storm is expected to cause some flooding along the coastline due to ocean tide and heavy rain.
Join us on our
Share this page with your friends
on your favorite social network: