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Hurricane Beryl

Tropical Storm Beryl is on a path to hit the Texas coast as a hurricane Monday

At least two counties, Nueces and Refugio, have issued mandatory evacuation orders.

NOAA graphic shows current position of Tropical Storm Beryl as of 7:00 p.m. Central Time on July 7, 2024, along with its projected path towards the Texas coast and beyond.

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A digital signs along South Padre Island Drive in Corpus Christi on Saturday, July 6, 2024 warns residents of Tropical Storm Beryl in the Gulf of Mexico. The storm in expected to become a hurrican again before making landfall on the Texas coast.
H-E-B grocery stores in the Corpus Christi area line up pallets loaded with bottled water in anticipation of Hurricane Beryl on July 6, 2024.
A man secures plywood to the roof of his car at a Home Depot in Corpus Christi in anticipation of Hurricane Beryl on July 4, 2024. Many people buying plywood at Home Depot in Corpus Christi Saturday carried their materials in trucks. Still, some did what they could, including tying down plywood on the roof of their cars.

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