Is Hurricane Beryl going to hit Texas?

Hurricane Beryl is now a Category 3 hurricane, after temporarily reaching Category 5 status on Tuesday with 160 mile per hour winds.

On Thursday, the hurricane is impacting the Cayman Islands with winds of 120 miles per hour. Hurricane warnings are in effect.

It's just the latest area in Beryl's path.

The hurricane made landfall in the Windward Islands on Monday morning. On Wednesday, the eye of the hurricane barely skirted the southern edge of Jamaica.

Wind shear in the Caribbean will weaken the storm as it moves toward the Yucatán Peninsula in Mexico. It should make landfall just south of Cancun very early Friday morning, potentially as a Category 1 hurricane.

After leaving the Yucatán, Beryl is expected to move along the southern Gulf of Mexico where it is expected to gain strength.

At this point, it does look like early Monday morning Beryl will make landfall south of Brownsville, on the Texas-Mexico border.

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What happens after that is still in question.  Long range models are hinting at Beryl moving to the north and impacting parts of central and possibly even North Texas.

We will keep watching and updating our forecast as we get closer to Monday.

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Records Broken By Hurricane Beryl

Hurricane Beryl has already broken several records.

The storm formed in June and it has already become the strongest June and July hurricane on record.

It is also the earliest Category 5 hurricane on record.

Beryl made history as the first June major hurricane to occur east of the Caribbean and is the strongest hurricane to ever hit the Windward Islands.

More records could be broken in the coming days.