Tropical Depression Beryl moves through Arkansas, bringing heavy rainfall

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Tropical Depression Beryl
Tropical Depression Beryl 5 a.m. cone. Credit: The Weather Authority

The Weather Authority is continuing its coverage of Tropical Depression Beryl as it continues to move through the U.S.

According to the Tuesday 5 a.m. National Hurricane Center update, Beryl will continue to move through Arkansas, bringing soaking rains to parts of the Midwest over the next 24 hours.

Beryl is moving toward the northeast at nearly 23 mph, with maximum sustained winds near 30 mph with higher gusts.

This direction is expected to continue throughout Tuesday.

According to The Weather Authority Meteorologist Zach Maloch, “While Beryl has weakened considerably, impacts from that system will be felt across much of the country over the next few days.”

These impacts include heavy rain, gusty winds, and the threat of tornadoes.

Tropical Storm Beryl is forecast to dissipate completely by Thursday evening.

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