Weakened Beryl soaks Georgia, Florida coasts
By David Beasley ATLANTA (Reuters) – Tropical Storm Beryl weakened over northern Florida early Monday, dumping heavy rain and knocking out power while disrupting Memorial Day plans for travelers and beachgoers. The second named storm of the 2012
_ Tropical Storm Beryl brought rain and rip currents to Florida beaches before being downgraded to a tropical depression, officials said. Daytona Beach had less than half an inch of rain from Beryl, the second named storm of the season.
The remains of Tropical Storm Beryl soaked beach vacations and some Memorial Day remembrance services in southern Georgia and northern Florida on Monday and knocked out power to tens of thousands, though
People crowd Wrightsville Beach in Wilmington, NC, as red flags fly warning swimmers of dangerous conditions and rip currents due to Tropical Storm Beryl on Sunday May 27, 2012. The National Hurricane Center in Miami said late Sunday afternoon that
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