TS Beryl Continues To Cause Rough Surf, Rip Tides Off Bevard, Volusia, Flager Beaches
As Tropical Depression Beryl further weakens, significant rainfall and heavy surf along the Central Florida beaches are expected to continue. Rip Tides will last over the next few days as well. Beryl Still remains over land, around the Florida/Georgia border, not far from Valdosta.
Maximum sustained winds are down to 30mph and is moving north at 2 mph. Its last location as of this morning was: 30.9°N 83.4°W
Beryl is expect to bring major rainfall along the Florida, Georgia and South Carlina coasts through Thursday.
One teenager from Orlando has been confirmed dead after swimming in Daytona Beach during the rough surf after life guards had left. His body was found several miles away along the coast.