Increased swells were expected for the coasts of North Carolina and mid-Atlantic states, with the warning: These swells could case life-threatening surf and rip current conditions..
The National Weather Service has issued flash flood watches for the U.S. Virgin Islands and Puerto Rico through Monday evening.
Puerto Rico and the Virgin Islands are bracing for heavy rains and strong winds as remnants of the new season's first hurricane provide an initial test of how far they've recovered from last year's devastating storms.
San Juan Mayor Carmen Yulin Cruz shared images of flooding in the USA commonwealth's capital city and Rivera said the island had begun to experience mudslides.
As for Beryl it has lose its circulation and tropical characteristics making it just a remnant low with winds of 45 miles per hour and gust up to 60 miles per hour.
However, the NHC said this might not be the end of Beryl.
Some rain showers may approach the North Carolina coast, mainly along the Outer Banks, during Tuesday night, but the bulk of rain from Storm Chris should persist offshore. For now, it could bring high surf and a rip current threat to the Carolina coast.
Tropical-storm-force winds extend outward up to 35 miles (55 km) to the north of the center.
Tropical storm watch was also in effect for Martinique, Guadeloupe, St. Martin, St. Barts, Barbados, St. Lucia, Saba and St. Eustatius.
Satellite view of Tropical Storm Chris on Monday morning.
Puerto Rico Governor Ricardo Rossello met with his Cabinet and meteorological experts on Sunday to prepare for Beryl's arrival, Rossello's office said in a statement.
SUNDAY 8.55pm UPDATE: Beryl, which had been the Atlantic season's first hurricane, disintegrated as a tropical storm shortly before reaching Dominica on Sunday.
The hurricane center said there's a medium chance - 40 percent over the next five days - that Beryl could regenerate, this time near the Bahamas.