Dominica and Guadeloupe remain on tropical storm warning while Martinique, St Martin, St Barthelemy, Saba, St Eustatius and St Maarten are on tropical storm watch.
Tropical Storm Chris is expected to bring swell and showers to Bermuda towards the middle of this week.
Chris formed off the coast of North Carolina on Friday and is now about 160 miles off the coast of Cape Hatteras. The storm is forecast to intensify into a hurricane over the next several days but remain off the coast before zipping off toward Newfoundland late in the week.
Tropical Storm Beryl is disorganized but still maintaining 45 miles per hour winds and as it picks up speed in the Caribbean. The storm poses no threat to land, but forecasters expect it to become a hurricane on Monday. "Hence the tropical storm watch for Barbados has been discontinued", the Barbados Met Office said last this morning.
Meanwhile, tropical storm Beryl was located about 240 miles east of Barbados, packing maximum sustained winds of 45 mph, the NHC said early Sunday. "Interests elsewhere in the Leeward Islands, the Virgin Islands, Puerto Rico, and the Dominican Republic should monitor the progress of Beryl".
Tuesday a weak area of high pressure could move over Acadiana dropping rain chances down to about 20-30% but every other day this week rain chances will be up around 40-60% during the afternoon hours.
Chris was upgraded from a tropical depression to a tropical storm on Sunday.
By Tuesday, the storm is forecast to degenerate but could still produce some gusty winds and heavy rain over Puerto Rico and Hispaniola.
The storm was expected to move toward the U.S. Virgin Islands and Puerto Rico, or just south of those areas, on Monday.