Despite redeveloping, Beryl is expected to pose little threat to land

By Faith Eherts, AccuWeather meteorologist
July 15, 2018, 5:36:03 AM EDT

Beryl has redeveloped well off the coast of the mid-Atlantic, but is not expected to have major impacts on land.

As the storm spins out at sea, rough surf and rip currents could make for dangerous swimming and boating conditions off the coast of New England on Sunday.

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Otherwise, residents of the northeastern U.S. can expect hot weather and spotty storm activity to continue uninterrupted by this tropical feature.

"The system is expected to move quickly towards the northeast, staying well away from the United States," said AccuWeather Meteorologist Eric Leister.

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However, according to Leister, some impacts may be felt in the Canadian Maritimes.

Beryl is expected to graze Nova Scotia and Newfoundland, bringing some rainfall and breezy conditions to these provinces on Sunday. Major disruptions are unlikely, and impacts to the magnitude of Chris are not forecast.

In the wake of Beryl, no tropical threats will be present in the Atlantic Basin.

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