Photos: Aftereffects of Tropical Storm Beryl

May 31, 2012; 7:20 PM ET
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"Beryl, Schmeryl." The After-Effects of The Tropical Storm

Storified by Accu Weather · Tue, May 29 2012 07:19:01

How did Beryl affect you?

Nothing but just two panels of fence came down. And my power never went out. Not so mighty Beryl.Michelle Tsoutsos
Well, other than a few extra leaves and twigs in the yard, the two second power outage, and a whole lot of rain going on, Beryl was pretty much a "no-show" at our place.Eric Sorensen
Beryl, shmeryl...Jonathan Dorman

Photos

Beryl took the ping pong table http://instagr.am/p/LLD4I_FRBJ/Jaclynn Denise
Wind-swept dunes. #Beryl @ Main Beach http://instagr.am/p/LK2ELcH2_t/Ben Sharpe
The only bit of damage that #beryl brought us. http://pic.twitter.com/Hxt54rX5Justin Monds
Thanks beryl... This is what the "tropical storm" did the first night... Thank God my moms car is ok and nothing bad happened to it... #tropical storm #beryl #splittree #front of my #house #lastnight #messycleanup #picstitch #instagramer #igaddict #ig #instago #popularpage #instagreat #love #iphoneonly #bestoftheday #igers #teamfollow #followme #instagood #follow #10likes #20likes #30likes #likesemily_elizabeth1
The present #beryl left me this morningCaitlyn Clark
The tree that was split in half last night during the fury of #Beryl.iamsharpe
RT @kathyjn: #Beryl debris in Fernandina Beach back yard. No damage, just messy. http://pic.twitter.com/g4EcUEJYjaxdotcom
#Beryl liked our dock so much, she decided to take part as a souvenir. #JaxWX http://pic.twitter.com/3rCNGSgfRand Miranda
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