TS Beryl has improved in size and structure. Even though her wind speeds are not a cause for great concern, it is likely that when she goes inland a deluge of rain could lead to flooding and gusty winds down some trees and cause damage typical after hours of 30-40 mph winds. Generally storms which are weak but large in scope tend to hold together for longer periods of time overland. I am impressed with Beryl's structure. Note the possible eye-like feature in the visible satellite.
|TS Beryl appears to be developing an eye feature.|
Source: Univ of Wisconsin SSEC
June still appears to be the month of summer that will contain the hottest temperatures and much of the remaining tropical storm activity. Once past June we still appear on track for a moderate summer.