This image was taken from the Aqua satellite during the afternoon of May 29, 2012. The image was produced using the MODIS instrument in color bands of 1, 4, and 3. It shows Tropical Depression Beryl, which at the time was situated in southern Georgia with sustained winds of 30 mph and a minimum pressure of 1005 mbar.
Tropical Depression Beryl stil retained a well defined circulation center with sprial banding. As it produced a large rain shield around the Georgia/South Carolina border, further north, Beryl produced more severe forms of rain. To the south, in the Tampa/St. Petersburg area, a large squall line produced strong gusts and heavy rain.