The skies grew darker along the coast Sunday afternoon.
Dangerous ocean conditions prompted Mayor Alvin Brown to close all Duval County beaches.
Ominous clouds loom over Jacksonville Beach as Tropical Storm Beryl approaches.
The sun tried to peak through as the dark clouds rolled in Sunday.
Choppy waves also pounded Fernandina Beach.
Conditions worsen at Jacksonville Beach as Tropical Storm Beryl edges the coast.
Despite the nasty weather, storm watchers weren't deterred from the beach.
A view from the Southside shows a band of clouds from Beryl rolling in.
This was a familiar sight across many parts of town.
This photo was taken on Race Track Road in Fruit Cove.
Wind gusts for Tropical Storm Beryl reached as high as 70 mph.
As Beryl rolled in from the east, a sunset shines bright from the west onto Jacksonville's Southside.
Newspaper racks at Forsyth and Pearl streets downtown take a tumble into the road thanks to strong wind gusts from Beryl.
Trees were brought down in Kingsland, Ga., which felt lots of wind and light rain Sunday evening.
A Jacksonville police cruiser is on the Main Street Bridge, ready to close it if winds reach 40 mph.
The tree that fell was uprooted.
A tree fell on a house at 12th Avenue North in Jacksonville Beach.
When the sun rose, the extent of Beryl's damage became evident.
A tree brought down by wind gusts from Tropical Storm Beryl nearly misses an East Arlington home.
A fallen tree surrounds an SUV at a home on Penman Road.
Police block a street in Fort Caroline because of a downed tree.
Down trees block a road in Lake City.
A pine tree fell onto a fence in a resident's yard in Englewood.
The storm reaches south to Welaka in Putnam County and hovers over a lake.
Storm clouds continues to roll onshore through the first half of Monday.
Watching the waves just dawn in St. Augustine Beach.
Crews work on snapped power pole on Wilson Boulevard near Firestone Road.
Bands of rain continued moving through, documented by this photo taken Monday afternoon from the top floor of a hotel on J. Turner Butler Blvd.
Drivers on Interstate 95 north of Jacksonville closed to about 35 mph because visibility was so bad at times.
The Mathews Bridge that was the first in the area to close when winds picked up Sunday night remained closed as of 3:30 p.m. Monday afternoon.
Some oak limbs that fell were as big as tree trunks.
This tree in the North Shore neighborhood blocked the street.
The wind-whipped St. Johns River overflowed its banks along in parts of Riverside.
About 350 trees were reported down in Duval County and dozens others in surrounding counties. This photo is from Beauclerc Bluff.
A large tree down on Granada Park drew a crowd of spectators.
Trees were knocked down in Jacksonville's Riverside neighborhood.
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