TD Beryl bringing showers, thunderstorms to region | Weather
CHARLOTTE, NC (WBTV)- Showers and thunderstorms spinning off of Tropical Depression Beryl will bring rain across the Charlotte region Tuesday.
The National Hurricane Center in Miami released a public advisory on the storm early Tuesday morning.
Beryl, currently swirling near the Georgia/Florida state line northwest of Jacksonville, is expected to move to the northeast and back out over the Atlantic Ocean over the next 48 hours. Maximum sustained wind speeds are 30 miles per hour.
The storm is projected to bring between 3-6 inches of rainfall to eastern North Carolina while only a quarter of an inch of rainfall is projected in Charlotte over the next 24 hours.
The storms will begin arriving in Charlotte around 3 p.m. Tuesday's high is forecast to top out at 83 degrees, says WBTV Meteorologist Al Conklin.
Forecasters at the National Hurricane Center say Beryl could regain Tropical Storm strength when it moves back out over the Atlantic. A Tropical Storm has maximum sustained wind speeds between 39 and 73 miles per hour.
Tuesday night storms will continue with a low temperature around 67 degrees.
On Wednesday, the storms will begin to move out after a foggy morning with an afternoon high around 88 degrees.
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