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 emergency officials said it hasn’t brought any major damage.
Tropical Storm Beryl was wrecking some Memorial Day weekend plans on Sunday, causing shoreline campers to pack up and head inland and leading to the cancellation of some events as the storm approached the southeastern U.S.
We hit 89 degrees Saturday afternoon, and it was muggy with high dewpoints/humidity. This heat is going to stick around for a few days. Highs will be close to 90 degrees both Sunday and Monday afternoons. During this time, two different fronts are passing by to our north. There is the chance for a shower or thunderstorm each day with those fronts nearby – but just the chance.
A cluster of thunderstorms stalled off the U.S. coast on Saturday is expected to make for a sloppy, rainy Memorial Day on beaches and in tourist towns from Florida to South Carolina.