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Beryl transitioning to extratropical storm

I am sorry for my lack of presence lately but I just got back from a tour of the Katrina impact area a year later. Adam has been doing an excellent job and many thanks are with him. After he pointed me to the latest microwave imagery, I noticed a very distinct extratropical signature in Beryl. While the general circulation had been looking purely tropical, Beryl nows seems to be transitioning. Deep convection has all but disappeared and the circulation now seems to have developed defined warm and cold fronts. I attached the latest microwave image and took the liberty of drawing in the forming fronts. With Beryl lifting up over continuously cooler waters and safely out to sea, it seems likely that Beryl will be discontinued by this point tomorrow.

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