JACKSONVILLE, Fla. -- Tropical Storm Beryl has been downgraded to a depression after coming ashore near Jacksonville Beach just after midnight Monday.
The storm, which dumped much-needed rain across northeastern Florida and southeastern Georgia lost its tropical storm designation at 11 a.m. Monday and is expected to make its way back into the Atlantic.
In the wake of the storm, at least two tornado warnings were issued, with at least one unconfirmed report of a tornado in Jacksonville.
Tens of thousands of homes are without power, and crews are already working to restore electricity and clear debris from the roadways.
JFRD reports more than 300 calls of trees in the road, including one tree that brought down power lines and snapped a concrete pole in half on the Westside.
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