JAX_Radar_-_TS_Beryl_Landfall_0333_UTC_May_28_2012.gif(640 × 480 pixels, file size: 97 KB, MIME type: image/gif)

Summary Edit

Zoomed in radar image from the JAX radar station, showing Beryl around the time that it made landfall. At the time, Beryl had maximum sustained winds of 70 mph and a minimum pressure of 993 mbar. In the last hours leading up to landfall, Beryl had converted in a tropical from subtropical storm. It began to wrap its once large cloud free and precipitation free center. By the time it made landfall, it had a fully wrapped eye and an intensifying eyewall.

In the image, the eyewall is just leaving the Jacksonville area. Outside the eyewall, strong rainbands with intense tropical squalls lash through the Georgia/Florida border region.

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This work is in the public domain in the United States because it is a work of the United States Federal Government under the terms of 17 U. S. C. § 105.

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current13:35, May 28, 2012Thumbnail for version as of 13:35, May 28, 2012640 × 480 (97 KB)CobraStrike (wall | contribs)Zoomed in radar image from the JAX radar station, showing Beryl as it made landfall.

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