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Tropical Storm Beryl

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ADRN is Ready to Respond:
Tropical Storm Beryl Greets Gulf Coast

Hurricane Beryl made landfall early this morning, July 8, about 30 miles southwest of Houston. 

Over 2 million customers have lost power while heavy rain and storm surges affect the flood-prone area. Crews cannot be mobilized until the strong winds die down.

Crossing over land has weakened the storm, but the Gulf was not as fortunate. Mayor Guajardo proactively declared a local state of disaster for Corpus Christi out of caution, while islands in the Caribbean such as Grenada, St Vincents and the Grenadines experienced devastating destruction to resident homes and businesses.

Initially a Category 1 Hurricane, Beryl has been downgraded to a Tropical Storm. Predictions expect it to lessen to a tropical depression as it continues its way across the south and midwest states.

ADRN is mobilizing prayer teams and monitoring the path of the storm at this time.

Send the Most Needed Supplies


Hurricanes and tropical storms can happen quickly without warning. You and your family may need to evacuate at a moment’s notice.

We strongly recommend that you prepare Grab & Go Bags for each family member as well as have a Family Evacuation Plan in place. Download free checklists for both of these today.

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