Don’t ever sleep on the tropics, especially with storms that make their way across the Atlantic. Even though the NHC has Beryl as remnants only, this area of disturbed weather can get its act together once its off the coast.
In fact, the NHC is now seeing the potential for redevelopment and is giving the “remnants” a 40-60% chance of development over the next 5 days.
The spaghetti plots or model ensembles take what could be a reformed storm away from the coast, so at least that’s the good news. However, we will have to continue to monitor the progress of these remnants as they move over the Bahamas. The reason the newly formed storm may steer out to sea is since Chris could open the door as he moves away.
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