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Movies Hurricane Beryl: Storm Lands in Texas -Spawns Tornadoes -WILDFIRES IN California

HURRICANE Beryl CAT 5, 204MPH Winds- Immense Destruction in Caribbean

Devastation - Hurricane Beryl Causes Immense Destruction in Caribbean - Almost Whole Island Homeless in Hurricane Beryls' Wake

Hurricane Beryl tracker shows powerful storm may head toward U.S.


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Hurricane Beryl is barrelling towards Jamaica after battering the southeastern Caribbean, killing at least six people across the region and flattening some 90 percent of homes on one island in the Grenadines archipelago.


Beryl – the earliest storm on record to reach Category 5, the highest on the Saffir-Simpson Scale – was expected to start losing intensity on Tuesday evening. But forecasters said it would still be an “extremely dangerous” Category 4 storm when it passes near or over Jamaica on Wednesday and near the Cayman Islands on Thursday.


‘Grim Situation’

Beryl has already left a trail of death and devastation in its wake.

Having survived the night as Hurricane Beryl tore across her idyllic home of Union Island with ferocious force, Katrina Coy was taken aback by the extent of the devastation which lay before her. Virtually every building on the island, which lies off St Vincent and the Grenadines, has been razed or badly damaged, she said.

“Union Island is in a terrible state after Beryl passed. Literally, almost the whole island is homeless,” said Ms Coy in a video message. “There are hardly any buildings left standing. Houses are flattened, roads are blocked, the electricity poles are down in the streets.”

Fisherman and fishing guide Sebastien Sailly agreed. “Everything is lost. I have nowhere to live right now,” he said. A resident of Union since 1985, he lived through Hurricane Ivan in 2004. But Hurricane Beryl, he said, was on another level. “It’s like a tornado has passed through here. Ninety percent of the island – easily 90% – has been erased.”











Three people were reported killed in Grenada and another in St Vincent and the Grenadines, officials said. Two other deaths were reported in northern Venezuela, where five people are missing, officials said. Some 25,000 people in that area also were affected by heavy rainfall from Beryl.











LIVE: Tracking Hurricane Beryl



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Movies WORST Hurricane EVER- Beryl Heads Towards Mexico & Texas US

Hurricane Beryl Heads Towards Mexico and The US

WORST Hurricane EVER - Union Island - Almost Whole Island Homeless in Hurricane Beryls' Wake


Beryl is the 2024 Atlantic season's first hurricane and, at its peak earlier this week was the earliest category five storm on record.


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Hurricane Beryl strengthened back into a Category 3 storm late on Thursday as it headed towards Mexico’s resort-studded Yucatan Peninsula. Forecasters say it could regain strength over the weekend as it heads towards Texas.


It left a trail of destruction across the eastern Caribbean and at least nine people dead.





The US National Hurricane Centre said Beryl, which was the earliest Category 5 hurricane in the Atlantic, had winds of 115mph after weakening earlier in the day into a Category 2 storm.

Jack Beven, senior hurricane specialist at the US Hurricane Centre, said “the biggest immediate threat now that the storm is moving away from the Cayman Islands is landfall in the Yucatan Peninsula”.

Beryl was expected to bring heavy rain and winds to Mexico’s Caribbean coast, before crossing the Yucatan peninsula and restrengthening in the Gulf of Mexico to make a second strike on northeast Mexico.

As the wind began gusting over Tulum’s white sand beaches on Thursday afternoon, four-wheelers with megaphones rolled along the sand telling people to leave.

Tourists snapped photos of the growing surf, but military personnel urged them to leave as Beryl headed to an expected landfall around Tulum early on Friday.

Beryl damaged or destroyed 95% of homes on a pair of islands in St Vincent and the Grenadines, jumbled fishing boats in Barbados and ripped off roofs in Jamaica before rumbling past the Cayman Islands early on Thursday.

Mexico’s popular Caribbean coast prepared shelters, evacuated some small outlying coastal communities and even moved sea turtle eggs off beaches threatened by storm surge.









In Playa del Carmen, most businesses were closed on Thursday and some were boarding up windows.








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Movies Hurricane Beryl: Storm Lands in Texas -Spawns Tornadoes -WILDFIRES IN California

Hurricane Beryl: Storm Makes Landfall in Texas -More Than 1 MIL W.O. Power

Some power restored in Houston after Hurricane Beryl, while storm spawns tornadoes as it moves east


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People gather outside a home in the 17400 block of Rustic Canyon Trail where Maria Loredo, 74, died after a tree fell on her second story bedroom during Hurricane Beryl Monday, July 8, 2024, in Houston


















HOUSTON (AP) - Power started to come back for some of the millions of homes and businesses left in the dark when Hurricane Beryl slammed into the Houston area, while the weakened storm moved east, spawning suspected tornadoes and causing more damage.

Beryl was blamed for killing several people in Texas on Monday and at least one person in Louisiana, officials said.




After a peak Monday of more than 2.7 million customers around Houston without power, the numbers improved to more than 2.4 million homes and businesses lacking electricity by Monday night, according to PowerOutage.us. The lack of cooling to people´s homes, downed power lines and non-functioning traffic lights led officials to ask residents to stay home if possible.

"Houstonians need to know we´re working around the clock so you will be safe," Houston Mayor John Whitmire said Monday at a media briefing, urging residents to also know the dangers of high water, to stay hydrated and to check on their neighbors.

Beryl later Monday weakened into a tropical depression with maximum wind speeds of about 35 mph (56 kph). The storm still packed a punch, and the National Weather Service confirmed on social media Monday evening that tornadoes had been spotted in northeastern Louisiana. Bossier Sheriff Julian Whittington said in a Facebook post that a woman was killed in the Benton area when a tree fell on her home.

Dozens of tornado warnings were issued in Louisiana and Arkansas on Monday evening and they continued into the night.

While weakened, Beryl threatened to unleash harsh weather over several more states in coming days.

Texas state and local officials warned it could take several days to fully restore power after Beryl came ashore as a Category 1 hurricane and toppled 10 transmission lines and knocked down trees that took down power lines.

Beryl on Tuesday was far less powerful than the Category 5 behemoth that tore a deadly path of destruction through parts of Mexico and the Caribbean last weekend. But its winds and rains were still powerful enough to knock down hundreds of trees that had already been teetering in water-saturated earth, and strand dozens of cars on flooded roadways.

"We´re not past any difficult conditions," said Texas Lt. Gov. Dan Patrick, who is acting governor while Gov. Greg Abbott is out of the country.

Patrick said CenterPoint Energy was bringing thousands of additional workers to restore power, with top priorities including nursing homes and assisted living centers.

At least two people were killed when trees fell on homes in Texas, and a third person, a civilian employee of the Houston Police Department, was killed when he was trapped in flood waters under a highway overpass, Whitmire said.

The loss of power was an all-too familiar experience for Houston: Powerful storms had just ripped through the area in May, killing eight people, leaving nearly 1 million without power and flooding numerous streets.

Residents without power after Beryl were doing their best.

"We haven´t really slept," said Eva Costancio as she gazed at a large tree that had fallen across electric lines in her neighborhood in the Houston suburb of Rosenberg. Costancio said she had already been without power for several hours and worried that food in her refrigerator would be spoiled.

"We are struggling to have food and losing that food would be difficult," she said.

Power crews were working to restore service as quickly as possible, an urgent priority for homes also left without air conditioning in the middle of summer. Temperatures in the 90s (above 32.2 Celsius) were expected Tuesday. The National Weather Service issued a heat advisory that said the area heat index could reach 105 F (40.5 C).

The state was opening cooling centers as well as food and water distribution centers, said Nim Kidd, chief of state emergency operations.

Beryl's rains pounded Houston and other areas of the coast on Monday, reclosing streets in neighborhoods that had already been washed out by previous storms. Television stations on Monday broadcast the dramatic rescue of a man who had climbed to the roof of his pickup truck after it got trapped in fast-flowing waters.
Emergency crews used an extension ladder from a fire truck to drop him a life preserver and a tether before moving him to dry land.

Houston officials reported at least 25 water rescues by Monday afternoon, mostly for people with vehicles stuck in floodwaters.











WILDFIRE in California - Massive Wildfire Erupts Blazing Across California

Inferno Chars 5,000 Acres as Temps Reach 128 - Statewide Evacuations


California Wildfires: 13 Missing hikers trapped in Tahoe National Forest are found as hundreds are evacuated from homes

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A group of 13 young hikers who went missing in the heart of a raging wildfire in California were found alive after a desperate search.



At about 7:20am on Monday, the sheriff's office announced that their helicopter had located the missing group amid the raging fires, which have charred 5,000 acres.

'Search and rescue crews will be inserted to hike out with them,' the sheriff's office said in a statement.

The group, aged between 16 and 20, were believed to be trapped somewhere within the inferno's reach, authorities revealed in a chilling early morning update.

The Royal Fire began Sunday evening in the Tahoe National Forest, spreading quickly and growing to 168 acres.

Officials with the Tahoe National Forest believe the fire was sparked by an escaped campfire.

Deputies first discovered four abandoned vehicles near the Palisades Creek Trail on Sunday.

Placer County Sheriff's Office confirmed at 6:30am that their Search and Rescue team had been scrambled to locate the missing teens and young adults.

Officials also said they deployed a helicopter to comb the smoke-filled terrain from above in a desperate bid to find the lost hikers.

'Placer County Sheriff's Search and Rescue is out working to locate them. Our helicopter will also be up searching. We'll continue to update as the search continues,' they announced.

They believe the hikers had intended to camp beyond the area where the fire started.

As the fire continued spreading, residents of a 22,000-acre area in Placer County southwest of Truckee were placed under an evacuation warning. As of Monday morning, the fire remained uncontained.

This comes as massive wildfire erupt across California, blazing across 5,000 acres and sparking evacuations in various neighborhoods.

A wildfire, dubbed the Lake Fire, left more than 300 acres of land charred in the Los Padres National Forest.

The blazing Lake Fire had spread to about 4,673 acres before 11 pm, according to Los Padres officials.






Pictures from the scene show red skies and trees on fire as firefighters run to control the situation.





Images from the aftermath also show giant plumes of smoke emerging from the forest as branches continue to burn into ash.





US braced for extreme weather as Hurricane Beryl and West Coast heatwave strike

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