Tropical Storm Beryl
The name Beryl has been used for six tropical cyclones in the Atlantic Ocean. As of 2012 Ana and Beryl are the only names that have been used for six storms none of which reached hurricane strength (Arthur stands at five).
- Tropical Storm Beryl (1982), moved across Atlantic but dissipated north of the Windward Islands; caused moderate damage and 3 deaths in Cape Verde
- Tropical Storm Beryl (1988), formed over Louisiana and drifted into the Gulf of Mexico before making landfall at New Orleans, causing one death at sea and about $4 million in damage
- Tropical Storm Beryl (1994), went onshore at Panama City, Florida, 12 hours after forming; quickly went up the eastern states, dropping heavy rain and spawning many tornadoes; $73 million in damage, mostly in South Carolina
- Tropical Storm Beryl (2000), made landfall in Mexico near the Texas border, causing one drowning death and some damage
- Tropical Storm Beryl (2006), formed southeast of North Carolina, brushed coastal Massachusetts and dissipated over Atlantic Canada
- Tropical Storm Beryl (2012), formed in late May, and made landfall in Jacksonville Beach, Florida with 70 mph (110 km/h) winds.
Beryl also has been used in the South-West Indian Ocean.
- Severe Tropical Storm Beryl (1961)
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