Beryl Develops? East Coast on Lookout
By Quincy Vagell on May 24, 2012, 11:40am
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Eyes continue to focus on a disturbance near south Florida. This area of convection could become Tropical Storm Beryl and affect the East Coast.
There is little doubt that a low pressure system is developing near the Florida coast.
The big question right now is, could this become Tropical Storm Beryl?
The computer models agree on something. This storm will move northeast and begin to strengthen. What happens as the storm moves towards the Carolinas is not as clear right now.
- How strong does the storm get?
- How far north does it move?
- Who needs to be on the lookout?
Read on for all the latest details.