Sun Jul 08 2018 02:24 PM
Re: Hurricane Beryl Lounge

The last 24 hours have been very tough on tiny Beryl, with scatterometer and recon data showing that the process of degenerating into an open wave is well underway. Unless a substantial increase in organization occurs this afternoon, the Final Advisory will likely be written, and the system would probably track into the eastern Caribbean as a vigorous tropical wave with some heavy showers, storms and strong wind.

Later in the week, Beryl, or her remnants, may have a chance to get better organized, but at this time forecast steering currents suggest a recurvature out to sea of anything possibly significant (still too early to know for sure).

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