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4:17 am on Wednesday May 30, 2012

More rain for Beaufort as Beryl circles back on Lowcountry (Updated)

Flickr user BSC Photography Winds blows sand on St. Simons in Georgia where Baryl's winds were stronger, the storm brought mostly rain and mild winds to the Lowcountry. Update May 30: While Beryl's remnants may have doused the Lowcountry, it wasn't...
1:10 am on Tuesday May 29, 2012

More rain for Charleston as storm Beryl circles back on Lowcountry

Image by Flickr user BSC Photography Winds blows sand on St. Simons in Georgia where Baryl's winds were stronger, the storm brought mostly rain and mild winds to the Lowcountry.So far the effects of Subtropical Storm Beryl have been largely a...
12:06 am on Monday May 28, 2012

Beaufort getting wet and rustled as effects of Beryl hit

NEXSAT Beryl's forecast as of 2 a.m. on Monday with max sustained winds of 65 mph. Update: Get the update here. Subtropical Storm Beryl has made landfall, and heavy rains have started in Beaufort — likely marking the start of two days of moisture...
12:38 am on Sunday May 27, 2012

Beryl update: Beaufort, Jasper under tropical storm warnings

NOAA Beryl's forecast as of 2 a.m. on Sunday with max sustained winds of 50 mph. Update: Get the update here. Subtropical Storm Beryl continues to drift southwest towards making landfall near Jacksonville, Florida, however Lowcountry residents...
12:20 am on Sunday May 27, 2012

Beryl update: Time to get ready for tropical storm winds

Image by NOAA Beryl's forecast as of 2 a.m. on Sunday with max sustained winds of 50 mph. Update: Get the update here. Subtropical Storm Beryl continues to drift southwest towards making landfall near Jacksonville, Florida, however Lowcountry...
7:29 pm on Friday May 25, 2012

Storm Beryl forms east of Charleston, could bring much rain to Lowcountry

NOAA Beryl's erratic forecast path as of 11 p.m. Friday. Update: Get the updated forecast. With sustained winds of 45 mph, a weather system centered due east of Charleston has become Subtropical Storm Beryl — and current models suggest that Beryl...
7:23 pm on Friday May 25, 2012

Storm Beryl forms east of Charleston, looks to bring much moisture to Lowcountry

Image by NOAA Beryl's erratic forecast path as of 11 p.m. Friday. Update: Get the updated forecast here. With sustained winds of 45 mph, a weather system centered due east of Charleston has become Subtropical Storm Beryl — and current models suggest...
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