By Monday afternoon, it could be hugging the southwestern corner of Puerto Rico near La Parguera, Rojo Cabo or Boqueron.
Expect rains to reach between 1-3 inches in some areas and some gusty winds of about 30-40 mph at times.
Tropical Storm Beryl formed in the central Atlantic Ocean Thursday afternoon and strengthened into a Category 1 hurricane early Friday morning before weakening back to a tropical Storm Saturday morning.
THREATS TO CARIBBEAN ISLANDS:
The Caribbean Islands could benefit from the rains as there is a high chance for an El Niño to develop over the winter months which bring severe drought conditions to the region. During the 2016 El Niño water was rationed in many islands and lots of crops were lost.
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