by Gabe Gutierrez, Jason Calabretta and Annie Rose Ramos
YABUCOA, Puerto Rico — Almost 10 months after Hurricane Maria ravaged this island, residents were preparing Sunday for the remnants of Beryl — a tiny system that could still drench Puerto Rico and its fragile infrastructure.
Forecasters said that Beryl would slog south — a huge relief to an island still recovering from Maria, the Category 4 hurricane that hit the U.S. territory in September and caused an estimated $100 billion in damage.
Tropical Storm Beryl was downgraded on Sunday, and the National Hurricane Center indicated reconnaissance aircraft couldn’t find a central circulation, meaning the storm is a remnant system.
Source: NBC News