Tropical Depression Beryl Update
Tropical Depression Beryl continues to move northeast, quickly increasing speed as it is picked up by and upper steering flow.
Here are a couple of satellite images of Beryl over the past 24 hours. The first is a NOAA image. Note the “bumpy” clouds over northern Florida. This enhanced convection streaming in from the Gulf of Mexico concentrated precipitation within this region. The second image is a NASA satellite image.
The latest radar image tends to show both tropical, as well as extra-tropical, traits — which would be expected as the system is picked up by the synoptic flow. While heavy rain is still likely, I would expect amounts to taper off due to the increasing forward speed of the system.