A satellite map showing the projected path of Hurricane Beryl as a category 5 storm with timestamps and trajectory over islands and coastline.

“Hurricane Beryl Reaches Category 5 – Eastern Caribbean Braces for Impact! 🌀”

The United States National Hurricane Center has announced that Hurricane "Beryl" has escalated to a Category 5 on the Saffir-Simpson scale. This signifies a potential for catastrophic damage in the eastern Caribbean.
According to the weather center, Beryl is projected to maintain its powerful status as it travels across the Caribbean Sea throughout the week. A Hurricane Warning has been issued for Jamaica, with hurricane conditions anticipated by Wednesday.
At present, Beryl is located 2,460 km east-southeast of Cancun, Quintana Roo, moving west-northwest at a speed of 35 km/h. The hurricane boasts maximum sustained winds of 260 km/h, with gusts reaching up to 315 km/h.
Despite its current location, the system does not pose a threat to national coasts. However, Mexican authorities are urging residents in the Yucatan Peninsula to exercise extreme caution. They also advise paying close attention to recommendations from the National Civil Protection System.

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