Tropical Storm Beryl - August 13-16, 2000

A tropical wave moved off the coast of Africa with a closed circulation on August 3.  The wave fractured
in two, with the northern portion becoming Hurricane Alberto and the southern portion eventually forming
into Beryl.  The southern portion of the wave moved uneventfully through the tropical Atlantic and Caribbean
Sea before beginning to intensify over the Yucatan peninsula on the 12th.  The system became a tropical
depression on the 13th.  Moving west-northwest, the cyclone became a tropical storm by the morning of
the 14th.  It made landfall late that night north of La Pesca, and its surface circulation dissipated across
northeast Mexico.  The remnant upper disturbance moved west-northwest, and dropped only light to
moderate rainfall thereafter.   Below is its track, supplied by the National Hurricane Center.
Miriam (2000) Track

The graphics below show the storm total rainfall for Beryl, which used information from the Comision del
Agua, parent agency of Mexico's National Weather Service. 
Tropical Storm Norman (2000) Rainfall
Tropical Storm Norman (2000) Rainfall Tropical Storm Norman (2000) Rainfall