Written by Kelly G. Godsey, General Forecaster/Assistant WCM, National Weather Service Sunday, 27 May 2012 10:52
Heavy rain (storm totals of 2 to 4 inches with isolated heavier amounts) will be possible in South Central Georgia and the Southeast Florida Big Bend. These rainfall amounts could cause localized flooding in low-lying and poor drainage areas-especially near and east of Interstate 75.
Localized gusty winds in heavier showers or thunderstorms to tropical storm force could knock down a few tree branches and/or a power line, but this threat is no worse than the threat during a typical summer day with afternoon thunderstorms.
Subtropical storm Beryl will make landfall near the FL/GA coast tonight.
Heavy rain is the main threat, mainly near and east of Interstate 75.
The track and intensity forecast is fairly certain through landfall tonight, but the confidence in the forecast track decreases after this.
Kelly G. Godsey
General Forecaster/Assistant WCM
National Weather Service
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