1. The map below is from the AccuWeather.com Mets and shows the path of Beryl into northeastern Florida. Beryl should make landfall tonight very close to Jacksonville, which is a very rare hit from a tropical system. I don't recall a storm that has come in from the Atlantic into Jacksonville. Beryl should come in as a 50-mph tropical storm and produce locally heavy rain and gusty winds. Peak winds should be between 40-60 mph and power outages are possible along the coast and about 50 miles inland. Beryl will stall out for a day or so before heading out to the northeast again across the Carolinas. It's possible the heavy rain develops across parts of the eastern Carolinas and southeastern Virginia as Beryl interacts with the front.
2. Severe storms will break out along the front today into the Plains. Main impacts will be damaging wind gusts and large hail.
Hermine will develop today and will hug the East coast. Heavy rains and gusty winds will occur up the coast.
The TD's are out there. T.D. 9 will strengthen and may produce strong winds.
The tropics are active and we have two systems impacting the U.S. and one potential one next week.
Tropical system remains disorganized, but once in the Gulf of Mexico it may start to develop.
Heavy storms along the front today. System in the tropics is having problems but should get its act together soon.
Track of tropical system critical for development, but South Florida could be threatened first.