Weather Extra | Beryl offers a windy not rainy end to the heat wave – WSAZ

Beryl Brings Windy Relief to End Heat WaveBeryl Brings Windy Relief to End Heat Wave The remnants of Tropical Storm Beryl have brought a much-needed cool down to the region, ending a prolonged heat wave that had gripped the area. While Beryl has brought no significant rainfall, it has ushered in gusty winds that have tempered the sweltering heat. Temperatures have plummeted by double digits, providing welcome relief from the oppressive conditions. According to the National Weather Service (WSAZ), the windy conditions will persist throughout the day, with gusts reaching up to 35 miles per hour. However, no rain is expected, leaving behind clear and comfortable skies. The end of the heat wave comes as a huge relief to residents who have been struggling with the extreme temperatures. Many have taken to social media to express their gratitude for the cooler weather and the respite from the relentless heat. As Beryl continues to move inland, it will continue to bring gusty winds and cooler temperatures. However, no major impacts are expected, and the region should return to normal weather conditions by the weekend.

Weather Extra | Beryl offers a windy not rainy end to the heat waveWSAZ


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