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START: 0300Z Sat May 26 2012

END: 0000Z Tue May 29 2012

TYPE: Regional

WHO: NCEP, NWSTG, NCF, NWS Eastern and Southern Regions

REASON: Subtropical Storm Beryl has formed off the coast of the southeastern United States. Tropical storm watches are posted for portions of the South Carolina, Georgia, and Florida Atlantic coast.

Users can get CWD status on the NCEP WEB page:

http://www.nco.ncep.noaa.gov/pmb/cwd/

Updates on Beryl can be found at the National Hurricane Center:

http://www.nhc.noaa.gov/

Rob Handel

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Senior Duty Meteorologist

NOAA/NWS/NCEP/NCO/PMB

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For the second day in a row yesterday my region was hit with intense thunderstorms that dropped more than an inch of rain in 30 minutes. My office had 4 inches of water in parts of the first floor and the whole island lost power for over an hour. It's pretty difficult to lose power when commercial power is your backup power and you have your own power plant. Not good. Nothing so far today...

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Yep. Just realized that Debby isn't leaving anytime soon. There are already many downed trees and traffic lights in my area, I should probably prepare myself for a power outage, or even worse a cable internet outage.

Yuck! Do you have a battery powered cable modem? ;)

For the second day in a row yesterday my region was hit with intense thunderstorms that dropped more than an inch of rain in 30 minutes. My office had 4 inches of water in parts of the first floor and the whole island lost power for over an hour. It's pretty difficult to lose power when commercial power is your backup power and you have your own power plant. Not good. Nothing so far today...

Also yuck!

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For the second day in a row yesterday my region was hit with intense thunderstorms that dropped more than an inch of rain in 30 minutes. My office had 4 inches of water in parts of the first floor and the whole island lost power for over an hour. It's pretty difficult to lose power when commercial power is your backup power and you have your own power plant. Not good. Nothing so far today...

Yikes. Here's to hoping you don't have a job where Homer Simpson works.

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