Tropical Storm Beryl Forms in the Atlantic East of the Lesser Antilles. –

(Are we prepared for a hurricane already ? – Ilandvibez)
MIAMI FLORIDA:—Tropical Storm Beryl has formed over 1,000 miles east of the Lesser Antilles. This tiny, new system will encounter wind shear by this weekend, likely ripping it apart.
Beryl could become a hurricane this weekend, well east of the Lesser Antilles. An increase in showers and gusty winds is expected in the Lesser Antilles.
Satellite imagery indicates convection has persisted with enough tenacity and enough evidence of surface low pressure existence that the National Hurricane Center (NHC) indicated the formation of Tropical Storm Beryl Thursday afternoon….Read More

Depression becomes Tropical Storm Beryl –

Satellite imagery indicates that the tropical depression has
strengthened and is now Tropical Storm Beryl. Maximum sustained winds are estimated to be 40 mph (65 km/h) with higher gusts. …Read More

The Atlantic Hurricane Season’s Next Storm Could Develop off Bermuda –

FLORIDA, United States, Wednesday July 4, 2018 – A tropical depression, or even Tropical Storm Beryl, could develop in the next few days between Bermuda and the United States, according to the National Hurricane Centre (NHC) in Miami.

Forecasters are watching a trough of low pressure that is bringing with it disorganized showers and thunderstorms within a few hundred miles to the south of Bermuda….Read More

Tropical Storm Forms off Bermuda –

The 17th named storm of the 2017 Atlantic hurricane season has formed off the small Caribbean island of Bermuda. But forecasters say Tropical Storm Rina will not threaten any land areas as it tracks into the northern Atlantic Ocean in the days ahead…Read More