Remnants of Hurricane Beryl bring “very heavy” rains to Gulf States

Remnants of Hurricane Beryl bring “very heavy” rains to Gulf States

Mexico City – The remnants of what was once the powerful Hurricane Berylnow a tropical storm, is moving through the country this Saturday Gulf of Mexicowhere it causes “very heavy” rains in the states around it, reported the National Weather Service (SNM).

Beryl, who on Friday It left minor damage after entering as a Category 2 hurricane to the state of Quintana Roo and then left land as a storm, It was 158 miles northwest of Celestun, state of Yucatanin the latest report from the SMN.

The phenomenon, which could touch land again this Sunday or Monday on the border between TexasUnited States, and Tamaulipas, Mexicohas maximum sustained winds of 59 miles per hour (mph), gusts of up to 68 mph and shows a moving east-northwest with a forward speed of 11 mph.

For this reason, the SMN and the US National Hurricane Center “They maintain an active surveillance zone for the effects of the hurricane from Barra el Mezquital, Tamaulipas, to the mouth of the Rio Grande, on the Mexico-United States border.”

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