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From the NOAA ENvironmental Visualization Laboratory (NNVL): Tropical Depression Beryl maintains a persistent circulation and a well defined convective curved band to the south and southeast of the center. Not much change in intensity is expected today, but there is an opportunity for Beryl to regain tropical storm strength as the circulation moves over the warm waters of the Gulf Stream. Although the official forecast shows a tropical storm centered very near the North Carolina coast in 36 hours, it is expected that tropical storm force winds will stay off shore. This image was taken by GOES East at 1315Z on May 29, 2012.

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current22:43, May 29, 2012Thumbnail for version as of 22:43, May 29, 20121,920 × 1,080 (1.26 MB)CobraStrike (wall | contribs)From the '''N'''OAA E'''N'''vironmental '''V'''isualization '''L'''aboratory ('''NNVL'''): Tropical Depression Beryl maintains a persistent circulation and a well defined convective curved band to the south and southeast of the center. Not much change in

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