: Hurricane Beryl hits Mexico after causing destruction in the Caribbean

: Hurricane Beryl hits Mexico after causing destruction in the Caribbean

Hurricane Beryl, a Category 2 storm, made landfall on Mexico’s coast near the resort of Tulum after causing widespread destruction in the Caribbean. The U.S. National Hurricane Center predicts that Beryl will rapidly weaken to a tropical storm as it moves over the Yucatan Peninsula, only to regain strength as it enters the Gulf of Mexico.

Caribbean islands such as Carriacou and Petite Martinique suffered extreme damage from the storm, with 70 and 97 percent of buildings being affected, respectively. The International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies (IFRC) described the aftermath of Hurricane Beryl as devastating and tangible, emphasizing the impact of such destructive storms on the region.

The Caribbean countries are facing immense challenges in dealing with the aftermath of the storm, as they continue to bear the brunt of the damage caused by hurricanes like Beryl. The situation is dire, and the need for support and assistance is crucial in the recovery efforts.

For more information on Hurricane Beryl’s impact in Mexico and the Caribbean, visit the link provided. The devastation caused by this storm serves as a reminder of the destructive power of nature and the importance of preparedness in the face of future disasters.

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