Thu Jul 05 2018 11:13 PM
Re: Tropical Storm Beryl Lounge

Beryl has formed in the Atlantic out of 95L, and a brief stint as Tropical Depression Two. It's a very small system, and as such prone to wild swings in intensity, right now it's on the verge of becoming a hurricane. And it very may well do so, for a bit. Conditions start to get worse Saturday night, but depending on how far south the storm stays, some energy may hang around into the Caribbean.

The GFS model keeps it further south than the Euro, but both tend to tear it apart Late Saturday.

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