BERYL has been downgraded to a tropical storm as it continues to become less organized as of Saturday afternoon. It's wind speeds are now around 65 mph and it will likely remain a tropical storm as it tracks towards the Lesser Antilles.
It does look like Beryl will remain a hurricane through today before weaken to tropical storm strength Sunday as it tracks towards the Lesser Antilles. The storm will likely make landfall late Sunday, early Monday. Interaction will land will further weaken the storm and it will likely dissipate from there. No impact on Alabama is expected.
TROPICAL DEPRESSION THREE is right now off the coast of the Carolinas. This will likely reach tropical storm strength throughout the weekend. It will continue to meander off the coast through early next week. From there, it will likely be pulled up of the east coast. But, it will likely be far enough off the coast to have any impact on the East Coast.