I'm very sorry about being missing while Tropical Storm Beryl was causing problems (and some positive drought relief) in Florida and Georgia, as I was first on vacation in Key West with my family then studying for final exams. But I'm back for a quick update on Beryl, which is now a post-tropical cyclone and departing land on its voyage out to sea. After delivering heavy rainfall and decent flooding to much of the Southeast U.S., conditions are improving throughout and Beryl is weak with 40 MPH winds so nobody does not need to worry about her any longer. Also, on Saturday, I paid a visit with my father and friends to the National Weather Service office (and NHC) just as they were tracking Beryl. I met some nice people there, such as Robert Molleda a warning coordination meteorologist. I just wanted to briefly share my experience too. I'll have a blog post sometime over the next couple of days for sure, even though the tropics are starting to finally relax, hopefully for good.