The first tropical storm of the season, Alberto, formed on May 25 on the edge of the Yucatan Peninsula on the western end of the Caribbean.
Maximum sustained winds remain near 30 miles per hour with higher gusts.
Parts of the Lesser Antilles will likely still get heavy rain and gusty wind even if the system weakens, forecasters 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.
Tropical Storm Beryl has weakened this morning and now has maximum winds estimated at 55kts.
It was located about 1,330 miles east-southeast of the Lesser Antilles, a chain of islands in the eastern Caribbean Sea. Tiny (now) Tropical Storm Beryl defied the odds and unexpectedly strengthened (briefly) into a hurricane despite a rather hostile environment of cooler than normal waters, dry air, and Saharan dust.
The Dominica Meteorological Service has indicated that Tropical Storm Beryl is likely to start affecting the island from about midday tomorrow into Monday. But the hurricane watch has been discontinued, although tropical storm watches remain in force.
Tropical Depression #3 continues to spin off the coast, about 160 miles south of Cape Hatteras.
The Weather Channel warned the Lesser Antilles in the Caribbean should "watch out" as Tropical Invest 95L could cause a lot of damage this weekend.
This event is related to the ITCZ ( Inter Tropical Convergence Zone) being modulated by Tropical Depression #2 (now Tropical Storm Beryl).
A Hurricane Watch means that hurricane conditions are possible within the watch area.
The Atlantic high pressure ridge will continue to influence a moderate easterly wind flow across the region.