Tropical Depression Beryl is beginning to regain strength as it approaches the coastline of South Carolina.
As of 500am Eastern, Tropical Depression Beryl was packing sustained winds of 39 miles per hour. The center was just 25 miles to the north-northeast of Wilmington, North Carolina. It has picked up speed, moving to the east-northeast at 14 miles per hour. Even beyond that, it is expected to move even faster into the Atlantic Ocean.
It is possible that Beryl could become a Tropical Storm once more later today.
Isolated Tropical-Storm level winds at or above 40 miles per hour are possible along the coasts of both North and South Carolina today. In addition, some spots in the Carolinas could see 3 to 6 inches of rain, with higher totals in isolated areas.
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