Hurricane Warnings issued for Texas as Beryl eyes Monday landfall

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CORPUS CHRISTI, Texas — Hurricane Warnings have now been issued for Texas’ Gulf Coast as Beryl continues its threatening march toward the Lone Star State.

A Hurricane Warning means hurricane conditions with sustained winds of 74 mph or greater are expected within the next 36 hours. In addition to the damaging wind threat, a dangerous storm surge and a foot of rain or more is possible through the early half of the week.

The warning is now in effect from south of Corpus Christi to around Sargent, Texas.

Parts of the Houston/Galveston metro and communities north of the Texas-Mexico border are under a Tropical Storm Warning, where winds could reach upwards of 73 mph.

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(FOX Weather)

Beryl remains a tropical storm, having lost some of its energy after crossing Mexico’s Yucatán Peninsula on Friday morning. But as Beryl slowly regains strength in the warm waters of the Gulf of Mexico this weekend, it will …

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