Tropical Storm Beryl 'Not A Threat At This Time'

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The official forecast track from the National Hurricane Center takes Beryl to the Lesser Antilles over the weekend and is not forecast to be a threat to south Mississippi.

One of two storms the Weather Authority is monitoring in the open waters of the Atlantic Ocean was upgraded Thursday morning to Tropical Depression Two by the National Hurricane Center.

As of 5 PM, the center of Tropical Storm Beryl was located near latitude 10.3 North, longitude 42.3 West. A tropical depression is likely to form in this area during the next day or two, while the system moves west-northwestward at 15 to 20 miles per hour over the tropical Atlantic Ocean. It may reach tropical storm status soon and earn a name.

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"The estimated minimum central pressure is 1004 mb (29.65 inches)". It was expected to continue to move quickly west to northwest through the weekend.

Then, meteorologists expect, the depression will encounter stronger wind shear as it approaches the Lesser Antilles, preventing much strengthening in the short term and likely dissipating it entirely. There were signs of good mid-level spin, but it wasn't clear if there a closed circulation at the surface, according to the NHC's discussion. A second system a few hundred miles southwest of Bermuda remained disorganized Thursday morning, but forecasters said it could strengthen as it moves east, away from the US coast.

Even if the system degenerates into a tropical wave, as forecast, an uptick in shower activity, including some locally heavy rain, and gusty winds are expected in the Lesser Antilles Sunday into Monday.