Beryl became the season's first hurricane on July 6, 2018, but is expected to weaken quickly during the weekend, according to the National Hurricane Center.
Maximum sustained winds for Tropical Storm Beryl were lowered to 60 miles per hour - from its peak at 75 miles per hour - as the storm continued on a west-northwest direction. After which, it is forecast to become an open trough East of the Lesser Antilles.
A tropical storm warning remains for Barbados and a hurricane watch was discontinued for Dominica, which endured Hurricane Maria's Category 5 winds in September.
"Places like the Lesser Antilles watch out because you could feel the effect of this by the weekend".
The estimated minimum central pressure is 994 mb. "Locally heavy rains and gusty winds" are likely on the Leeward Islands Sunday and Monday, the National Hurricane Center said.
Regardless if it develops, this area of low pressure will track west-northwest, north and then northeast away from the US coastline into the weekend.
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Ms Davis said: "We're watching two areas in the Atlantic for possible tropical development".
Tropical waves are areas of low air pressure which move from east to west across the tropics, causing areas of cloudiness and thunderstorms.
Maximum sustained winds have increased to near 50 miles per hour (85 km/h) with higher gusts. The first storm of the season was Subtropical Storm Alberto in May.
Due to changing environmental conditions in the main development region for tropical storms, CSU has since lowered their forecast to a below average number of storms.
The official forecast track from the National Hurricane Center takes Beryl to the eastern Caribbean Sea over the weekend.
The Caribbean should see fewer storms, and the chance of a major hurricane hitting the region is significantly less than it was when the 2018 Atlantic hurricane season began.