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Tropical Storm Beryl Update


Ryan Dagley, Chambers County Commissioner, Pct. 4

Beryl is sill a tropical storm and the track has not altered much. NWS forecasts it may make landfall as a Cat 1 storm (75pmh +). NWS models are showing that Chambers County may not even receive tropical storm winds (<39mph) due to the fact that the storm is relatively small in size. NWS maintains that the western counties of the region will receive the heaviest impact.

Sunday evening/night is still the expected timing of rainfall, wind, and surge.

Currently 5 to 10 inches of rain forecast. 3 to 5 feet of tidal surge possible. The areas that NWS predicts surge are those along the coast and also at the northern portion of Trinity Bay into the Trinity.

We will continue to keep you updated as there is still time for the storm to move and we will continue to monitor for any new developments for our area.

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