Beryl continues to bring tornado, flash flooding threat across U.S.

ORLANDO, Fla. — Beryl continues to bring a threat of damaging weather across the central U.S. even after the system has been downgraded to a tropical depression.


The National Hurricane Center said Tropical Depression Beryl will bring a threat of tornados and flash flooding over the next few days,

Most of the concern is in the Mississippi Valley and through the northeast.

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The center of TD Beryl was near Tyler, Texas, early Tuesday morning after making landfall as a Cat. 1 hurricane in South Texas.

A Flood Watch is in effect for portions of eastern Oklahoma, northern Arkansas, central and southern Missouri, Illinois, northern Indiana and southern Michigan.

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Millions of people are still without power in Texas as dangerous heat is forecast for the area.

Channel 9 meteorologists are continuing to monitor the tropics, including a few tropical waves moving off of the coast of western Africa.

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Thankfully, there are no tropical disturbances that are threatening Florida.

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