Beryl remains a tropical depression with sustained winds of 30 mph. The storm is centered near Hazlehurst and will move into South Carolina by Wednesday morning.
Most of Beryl's heavy rain has moved east of Central Georgia, but a few showers are possible overnight locally. Skies will gradually clear out by tomorrow morning.
We'll see more sunshine for Wednesday and highs will return to the lower 90s. Isolated storms are possible in the afternoon, but that rain will not be related to Beryl.
The U.S. National Hurricane Center says the storm made landfall in Florida early Monday near Jacksonville Beach around 12:10 a.m. with near-hurricane-strength winds of 70 mph.
There are no tropical weather advisories in effect.
Contributing: Associated Press