Meanwhile, Tropical Cyclone Beryl intensified overnight to become the first hurricane of the 2018 Atlantic Basin Hurricane Season, which began on June 1. "Confidence in the official intensity forecast is also much lower than normal", a statement read, " Rapid changes in intensity, both up and down that are hard to predict are possible during the next couple of days".
Weakening is expected to occur, primarily, because of increasing wind shears; wind above the surface that cuts the tops off of thunderstorms and keeps tropical systems weaker.
Maximum sustained winds are near 75 miles per hour (120 km/h) with higher gusts.
The system was on a path that to go over the Lesser Antilles at the end of the weekend and into the eastern Caribbean. But the BWS warned that the system may move closer to Bermuda after this time.
Because the storm is so small - hurricane force winds extend just 10 miles from the storm's center - forecasters said it's too soon to tell what islands may get hit. A compact storm, Beryl is predicted to remain east of the Lesser Antilles through early Sunday.
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Heat warnings have also been issued for much of Ontario, Nova Soctia and New Brunswick. Temperatures in Canada's largest city have topped 30 degrees every day since Friday.
Saturday morning NOAA satellite photo shows Beryl, now a tropical storm, moving towards the Lesser Antilles.
Beryl could become a hurricane by today, Friday or Saturday.
Swells generated by Chris are expected to increase and affect portions of the coasts of North Carolina and the mid-Atlantic states into early next week. Most of the models take her into the Atlantic and up the coast, before shifting her out to sea.
But those were top-of-scale Category 5 storms. The area was left flooded and without electricity for a couple of weeks. However, some pockets of moderate to heavy showers and occasional gusty winds are possible. The storm will move slowly to the northwest toward the Carolina coast this weekend before slowly looping to the north, east, and then southward. A weak and disorganized Tropical Storm Beryl continued to track westward toward the Lesser Antilles on Sunday with 45 miles per hour winds.