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Latest on Beryl coming to Texas…

The 18Z hurricane/global model track guidance is out and suggesting we see a Coastal Bend/Corpus area strike on Monday morning. We are also monitoring a couple other models which are dramatically further northeast with landfall...but throwing those out for the time being.

Jason here. Allow me to go on record and say it looks like the NHC will need to adjust the forecast cone for Beryl even further north for their next update (around 4pm CT). And if I get that wrong then blame me and not Baldy-in-Chief. He is boarding a plane at the moment.

The 18Z hurricane/global model track guidance is out and suggesting we see a Coastal Bend/Corpus area strike on Monday morning. We are also monitoring a couple other models which are dramatically further northeast with landfall...but throwing those out for the time being.

The 18Z hurricane/global model track guidance is out and suggesting we see a Coastal Bend/Corpus area strike on Monday morning. We are also monitoring a couple other models which are dramatically further northeast with landfall…but throwing those out for the time being. Following the latest trends we cannot rule out the track continuing to nudge north, *perhaps* closer to places like Matagorda. That is just something we will have to wait and see about.

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The storm is down to TS status as expected over the Yucatan. Anything can happen at this point. It will have two days over warm Gulf waters. Still just expecting a Cat-1, but DEFINITELY make preparations for a Cat-2. And RGV folks you are not out of the woods yet, continue to monitor the trends! Flooding and surge will be a threat even 100-200 miles away from the storm center. With any luck maybe Beryl can underperform for once, despite its history of breaking records.

David Reimer

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