Hurricane Beryl on track to slam southern Texas after killing at least 10 in the Caribbean: ‘Be ready to go’

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Hurricane Beryl is expected to slam into southern Texas Monday morning with powerful winds of up to 85 mph — with forecasters warning locals Friday to “keep a close eye” on the wild weather.

The deadly storm was forecast to make landfall as a Category 1 hurricane near Corpus Christi at around 7 a.m. Monday after killing at least 10 people in the Caribbean over the past week, according to meteorologists.

“People should keep a close eye on it. There could be short-term changes and intensity fluctuations,” Fox Weather meteorologist Cody Braud told The Post.

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