Newspaper article The Florida Times Union

The Stormy Aftermath; First Coast Residents Didn't Waste Any Time Getting outside to See How Beryl Hit Their Neighborhood

Newspaper article The Florida Times Union

The Stormy Aftermath; First Coast Residents Didn't Waste Any Time Getting outside to See How Beryl Hit Their Neighborhood

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Kelly Jordan For the Times-Union

Howard Adams (left) of Moore For Your Money Tree Service stacks branches he cut from a tree that partially fell down, just missing a home in the 4300 block of Venetian Boulevard on Monday.

Kelly Jordan For the Times-Union

A view of downtown from Stockton Park in Ortega as North Florida residents deal with the aftermath of Tropical Storm Beryl on Monday.

Kelly Jordan For the Times-Union

Connor Sidman, 12, (right) and his friend Sean Frechette, 12, of Avondale, skim board around Memorial Park in Riverside. "We saw the water and thought it would be awesome to bring our skim boards out here," Sidman said. "The depth of the water is just right."

Drew.Dixon@jacksonville.com

Dozens of beachgoers flocked to Mickler's Landing in Ponte Vedra Beach on Monday, but they found little damage from Tropical Storm Beryl.

Bruce.Lipsky@jacksonville.com

Matt Malin of Tampa sits with Olivia, 4, one of his four daughters, watching the Atlantic Ocean churn as Tropical Storm Beryl blew through town. …

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