How big is Hurricane Beryl? See Category 4 storm's size compared to Florida

Hurricane Beryl is making history as the strongest July hurricane in history. Not only is Beryl a Category 4 storm, but it's also pretty massive. 

FOX 35 Storm Team Meteorologist Noah Bergren took a few minutes on Monday to superimpose Hurricane Beryl over Florida, which showed that the storm's cloud canopy could extend the entire length of the state. 

Florida is just about 450 miles length-wise, from the Florida Keys to the Florida-Georgia border. 

To be clear, Hurricane Beryl does not pose a threat to Florida as it continues its trek through the Caribbean this week. The photo was edited for perspective purposes only. 

Check out the edited photo below:

A superimposed photo of Hurricane Beryl over the state of Florida. Please note that this photo has been edited emphasize how large Hurricane Beryl is. Hurricane Beryl does not pose a threat to Florida. 

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According to the National Hurricane Center's 2 p.m. advisory on Tuesday, Hurricane Beryl is located about 175 miles southeast of Beata Island in the Dominican Republic and about 485 miles east-southeast of Jamaica's capital city, Kingston. The Category 4 storm has estimated maximum winds of 155 mph as it moves west-northwest at 22 mph. 

Beryl is expected to pass near Jamaica on Wednesday and the Cayman Islands on Thursday before approaching the Yucatán Peninsula of Mexico on Thursday night, the NHC said. 

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The hurricane is expected to weaken later on Tuesday, but should still maintain its "major hurricane" status, which means it'll be at least a Category 3. 

Hurricane-force winds extend outward up to 40 miles from the center of the storm, and tropical storm-force winds extend up to 175 miles.