There is currently an active Tropical Cyclone in the Atlantic Basin.
Subtropical cyclone Beryl is located at 31.6N & 76.3W and is located 230mi ESE of Charleston, SC. This TS has Max sSustained winds of 45mph and a Min Central pressure of 100mb (29.56") and is moving SW (230) at 9mph.
Subtropical cyclone Beryl formed last night and has seen little chance since it was upgraded to a Tropical Storm and names. Deep convection is minimal and is on the edge of the center of circulation. Hurricane Hunters are scheduled to fly into the storm and investigate this cylclone's intensity.
A building HPR (High Pressure Ridge) is expected to keep this storm moving SW or WSW during the next day or so, followed by a Westerly turn late on Sunday. The center of circulation will be near the Northern Florida coast or Georgia Sunday night or early Monday.
After landfall, model guidance begins to diverge. However, the general consensus is that Beryl will turn North into the US interior. The stronger the storm gets before making landfall the less of a re curve to the north will happen.
This turn (re curve) to the north is expected late on Sunday.
This storm is note expected to directly impact Cenla. However, we could see some increased rain chances come the beginning of the work week.
Elsewhere, tropical formation is not expected during the next 48 hours.