GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. (Michigan News Source) – Former Hurricane and now Tropical Storm Beryl is slowing down in the southern U.S., but her fallout could pick up speed here in Michigan.

The National Weather Service Grand Rapids reports heavy rains could make their way into Michigan on Tuesday night and into Wednesday.

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Hurricane Beryl ripped through Jamaica, Grenada, and St. Vincent and the Grenadines last week, missing Florida. It killed at least 11 people, toppled buildings, and caused power outages.

On Monday night, the storm and its strong winds made its way to Texas, where heavy rain forced the closure of oil ports, cancellation of hundreds of flights,  and knocked out power to 2 million homes and businesses.