Tropical Storm Beryl has Formed

As of 1200 on July 5 2018, Tropical Storm Beryl has formed in the Atlantic Basin and is forecast to pass just south of Puerto Rico the middle of next week.  As the expanded view here illustrates, the power restoration on Puerto Rico is far from complete and the entire grid is vulnerable to another strike, although Beryl is likely to be far weaker than Maria with Puerto Rican winds being in the 60-75 mph range.  Monitor developments at www.aaverde.com and at www.almeriaanalytics.com/blog.

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