STORMTRACK 3: Beryl no longer a tropical system, rain is over, winds remain gusty
WILMINGTON, NC (WWAY) — Beryl is making her exit offshore. Fortunately all we got was some good soaking rain and gusty winds. There were some reports of downed trees and power lines, which is likely because the ground was so wet and there were wind gusts around 40 mph. The storm dropped anywhere from 2-4" of rain across the area. While the system was still classified as a tropical depression at the 11 am advisory, it will likely become a non-tropical system this afternoon.
Here’s a look at some of the impressive wind gusts and rain totals from Beryl’s stay here in southeastern North Carolina:
Wind Gusts: Bald Head Island – 47 mph; Wilmington – 45 mph; Burgaw – 34 mph. Others saw gusts around 25 mph.
Rain Totals: Wilmington – 4"; Whiteville – 3.7". Others saw rain totals between 2-3".
Here’s a look at your StormTrack 3 Forecast:
- Tonight: Clearing skies with lows in the mid 60’s.
- Thursday: Mostly sunny and hot with highs around 90.
Weather Forecaster Asha Davé
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