I SEE MUCH NEEDED RAIN SUNDAY NIGHT AND MONDAY!

Late Sunday the rains will pick up and the heavy surf will have rip currents!

This could be the drought-breaker for parts of northeast Florida and southeast Georgia. How long the low pressure will remain just inland the next few days is a big question. It depends on BERYL’s being picked up by an approaching trough in the westerlies.

If you want to know about the history of some of these tropical systems hanging around, just ask anyone who has lived in Houston for a number of years. In 1979, tropical storm Claudette dumped 43 inches of rain within 24 hours in nearby Alvin, TX. In 2001, tropical storm Allison dumped 40 inches on Houston.

Fortunately for us, BERYL is a rather tame subtropical storm, but with winds gusting up to 50 mph, it can be a real nuisance if it hangs around too long.

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