Posted by: coastlinesproject | May 27, 2012

Beryl to make landfall in Northeastern Florida Tonight.


Posted: May 27, 2012 5:34 PM EDTUpdated: May 27, 2012 5:34 PM EDT
By Kira Miner, Meteorologist – email
A few showers and thunderstorms will continue to push eastbound across our inland communities for the remainder of our Sunday afternoon with daytime highs approaching the lower 90s.

Beryl is now a Tropical Storm packing winds of 65 mph as it approaches the Northern Florida coastline. Currently, Beryl is 110 miles east of Jacksonville and will make landfall late tonight and into early Monday morning near the Florida/Georgia border.

Tropical Storm Beryl poses no threat to Southwest Florida for your Memorial Day holiday, however our winds will make a bit of a shift. Onshore flow off the Gulf of Mexico will continue through the first part of the week. This means a few coastal showers could wash in from the Gulf before reaching the urban corridor by midday. By the afternoon, much of the rain activity will get pushed east of I 75 and across our inland communities.

Our weather for the upcoming week will remain hot and humid with highs in the lower 90s and lows in the mid 70s.

Read more in “Storm Surge.” See UPNE tabs at the top of this page.

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