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Watch: Satellite video tracks Beryl’s deadly 2-week journey

Sandhills Express 12 Jul 2024
Such waves, known as African Easterly Waves, often help provide a base for tropical storms and hurricanes that develop in the Atlantic and Caribbean ... Lightning was seen flashing within Hurricane Beryl as it churned across the Caribbean on July 1.
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Hurricane Beryl's remnants flood Vermont a year after the state was hit by catastrophic rainfall

Times Union 11 Jul 2024
In Vermont, the weather service had said Wednesday the storm “will not be like last July’s catastrophic flooding but will still pose real dangers where flash flooding occurs." ... 11 in the Caribbean.
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Disaster revisits Vermont as Beryl's remnants flood the state a year after catastrophic rainfall

The Call 11 Jul 2024
Flash flooding also closed roads in several northern New Hampshire communities, including Monroe, Dalton, Lancaster and Littleton, where officials said 20 people were temporarily stranded at a Walmart store and crews made water rescues.
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Disaster revisits Vermont as Beryl’s remnants flood the state a year after catastrophic rainfall

The Los Angeles Times 11 Jul 2024
Flash flooding also closed roads in several northern New Hampshire communities, including Monroe, Dalton, Lancaster and Littleton, where officials said 20 people were temporarily stranded at a Walmart store and crews made water rescues.
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Disaster revisits Vermont as Beryl\u2019s remnants flood the state a year after catastrophic rainfall

The Danville News 11 Jul 2024
Flash flooding also closed roads in several northern New Hampshire communities, including Monroe, Dalton, Lancaster and Littleton, where officials said 20 people were temporarily stranded at a Walmart store and crews made water rescues.
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Hurricane Beryl’s remnants flood Vermont a year after the state was hit by catastrophic rainfall

Bangor Daily News 11 Jul 2024
deaths — one in Louisiana and six in Texas — and at least 11 in the Caribbean ... It calculated a flash estimate Thursday of $2.7 billion in privately insured U.S. losses, along with $510 million in the Caribbean and $90 million in Mexico.
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Hurricane Beryl makes landfall in Texas; flash flooding expected

The Mercury News 08 Jul 2024
Hurricane Beryl made landfall on the Texas coast early Monday, bringing heavy rains and life-threatening storm surge after churning across the Caribbean Sea and the Gulf of Mexico ... Beryl batters Mexico after deadly swing through Caribbean.
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Texas braces for power outages, flooding as Beryl moves closer to landfall

The Mercury News 08 Jul 2024
The earliest storm to develop into a Category 5 hurricane in the Atlantic, Beryl caused at least 11 deaths as it passed through the Caribbean on its way to Texas ... Beryl batters Mexico after deadly swing through Caribbean.
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Hurricane Beryl roars by Jamaica after killing at least 7 people in the southeast Caribbean

The Courier-Tribune 05 Jul 2024
KINGSTON, Jamaica (AP) — Hurricane Beryl was roaring by Jamaica Wednesday, bringing fierce winds and heavy rain after the powerful Category 4 storm earlier killed at least seven people and caused significant damage in the southeast Caribbean.
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Mexico girds for hit from Hurricane Beryl

Phys Dot Org 05 Jul 2024
The storm already left a trail of destruction across the Caribbean and the coast of Venezuela, killing at least seven people and bringing with it flash floods and mudslides.
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Hurricane Beryl sweeps past Cayman Islands after hammering Jamaica

Phys Dot Org 05 Jul 2024
The storm has left a trail of destruction across the Caribbean and the coast of Venezuela, killing at least seven people and bringing with it flash floods and mudslides ... Velazquez urged people to report to the nearest shelter as the storm approaches.
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Hurricane Beryl roars past Jamaica

The Lewiston Tribune 04 Jul 2024
KINGSTON, JamaicaHurricane Beryl was roaring by Jamaica on Wednesday, bringing fierce winds and heavy rain after the powerful Category 4 storm earlier killed at least seven people and caused significant damage in the southeast Caribbean.
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Hurricane Beryl roars by Jamaica after killing at least 6 people in the southeast Caribbean

The Daily Journal - San Mateo 04 Jul 2024
Beryl was roaring toward Jamaica, with islanders scrambling to make preparations after the powerful storm earlier killed at least six people and caused significant damage in the southeast Caribbean.
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Hurricane Beryl kills at least 6 people

Newburyport Daily News 04 Jul 2024
KINGSTON, JamaicaHurricane Beryl was roaring by Wednesday, bringing fierce winds and heavy rain after the powerful Category 4 storm earlier killed at least six people and caused significant damage in the southeast Caribbean.

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