Hurricane Beryl weakens into tropical storm

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The Weather Authority is continuing to cover Tropical Storm Beryl as the storm progresses through the Yucatan Peninsula.

As of the 11 p.m. Friday update from the National Hurricane Center, Beryl had weakened to a tropical storm moving west-northwest at 13 mph with 60 mph sustained winds.

Beryl will continue to impact the Yucatan Peninsula throughout Friday, bringing hurricane conditions to Cozumel and Cancun.

Hurricane Beryl is forecast to continue weakening as it moves over the land of the Yucatan Peninsula on Friday.

Regardless of weakening, Beryl looks to bring a lot of rain and wind to the Yucatan Peninsula this weekend.

From there, Beryl is forecast to re-strengthen as it moves through the southwestern Gulf of Mexico before impacting South Texas Sunday through Wednesday.

Credit: The Weather Authority

At 9:30 p.m. Friday, Chief Meteorologist Matt Devitt posted:

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