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Tropical Storm Beryl left minor damage in its wake, following landfall Sunday night, May 27, 2012. At Memorial Park in Riverside, waves pushed two of the park’s iconic balustrades off of the bulkhead and onto the sidewalk. (Sunday, May 28, 2012)

fallen tree in riverside near robert e. lee high school. 

fallen tree in riverside near robert e. lee high school. 

Tropical Storm Beryl

Near Hugenot Park, Tropical Storm Beryl stirs the waters of the Atlantic Ocean.

Do a Beryl Roll

The view from the Trout River Bridge as Beryl begins her onslaught.

Beryl

A palm tree blows in the wind during Tropical Storm Beryl.

Standing in Beryl

Underneath a bridge near Hugenot Park, Chris Hilling braves Tropical Storm Beryl's fierce winds and driving rain.

Headed west along the Torras Causeway between St. Simons Island and Brunswick, smoke from Northeast Florida’s wildfires darkened half of the sunset sky at sunset Tuesday. The smoky tendrils had been flowing over St. Simons for most of the late afternoon. Photo/caption from Times-Union reporter Dan Scanlan
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Headed west along the Torras Causeway between St. Simons Island and Brunswick, smoke from Northeast Florida’s wildfires darkened half of the sunset sky at sunset Tuesday. The smoky tendrils had been flowing over St. Simons for most of the late afternoon. Photo/caption from Times-Union reporter Dan Scanlan

Share your photos of the smoke on our tumblr page. If you include an intersection or landmark where the smoke is bad, we’ll update our map so the rest of the First Coast can know where to prepare themselves for the lovely scent of wildfire.