HERE COMES BERYL, TOWARDS OUR COAST ON SUNDAY

This one won’t turn away like ALBERTO.

This one won’t turn away like Alberto.[/caption]Just as we expected, the disturbance became the second named storm of the 2012 Hurricane season. The good news is that it should not grow into a hurricane, although it will take a track across the warm Gulf Stream waters. Also, part of the storm, mainly the northern half will bring much needed rain to some of our area. Exactly which area will depend on the precise direction the storm takes on Sunday.

BERYL’S winds are expected to reach around 50 mph, so the primary concern is about the marine interests along our coast. Inland, there will some hazard of blowing debris on our roadways and difficult travel on our bridges. A few diseased large trees may topple, so it would be advisable not to venture outside. After this storm, be sure to examine trees around your property and have any pruned that are overloaded with heavy branches.

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