...BERYL IS STILL ALIVE...
Tropical Depression Beryl is located about 40 miles north of Waycross, Georgia. Movement is toward the northeast at 8 mph. Beryl is expected to emerge back out over the western Atlantic by Wednesday afternoon. The depression could regain tropical storm status for a while Wednesday afternoon or Wednesday night before it becomes post-tropical by Thursday.
The main effect of Beryl has been heavy rain. Although some flooding has occurred, the impact of the very heavy rain has been mitigated by antecedent drought conditions. Peak estimates from Doppler radar indicate that three-day totals between 14 and 16 inches fell southwest of Lake City, Florida.
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