Tropical Storm Beryl

Forecasters in Florida say Tropical Storm Beryl won't develop into a hurricane, although some strengthening is possible over the next 24 hours.

Beryl remains off the North Carolina coast and is headed north, and the storm isn't deterring vacationers from having a good time there: Golfers are on the course, boats are headed out to sea and early morning fishermen are trying their luck.

At 8 a.m. Eastern time, Beryl was centered about 105 miles east of Cape Hatteras. It was moving north at seven miles-an-hour with maximum sustained winds of 45 miles-an-hour and some higher gusts.

The National Hurricane Center in Miami expects to discontinue a tropical storm watch from Cape Lookout to the Currituck Beach Light later Wednesday.

This is the second named storm of the season.


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