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Subtropical Storm Beryl To Hit Southeastern Coasts

Lilian Min |
May 26, 2012 | 3:41 p.m. PDT

Executive Producer

Georgia coastline (via Creative Commons, Apexdv)
Georgia coastline (via Creative Commons, Apexdv)
From South Carolina to Florida, the southeastern U.S. seaboard is gearing up for the shoreside arrival of subtropical storm Beryl. The storm is expected to touch down on Sunday, although it could reach shores as early as Saturday night. Tropical storm warnings, meaning winds of up to 45 mph, are in effect through all of Georgia's coastlines as well as parts of South Carolina's and Florida's. The storm's landing coincides with Memorial Day weekend, leaving many vacationers to those popular states' shorelines looking for other weekend activities. 

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