HAVANA TIMES — Sub-tropical storm Beryl, the second tropical cyclone of the current season in the Atlantic, is currently east of Georgia and some 215 miles southeast of Charleston, South Carolina.
Beryl, packs 50 mph winds and a central pressure of 999 hectopascals. The graph from the Cuban Weather Service (INSMET) shows the storm as not posing any threat to Cuba.
Meanwhile, the National Hurricane Center in Miami shows Beryl touching land as a tropical storm in far southern Georgia, near the Florida border, some time on late Sunday or early Monday.
A new report from INSMET will be issued on Sunday afternoon at 6:00 EDT.