CNBC's Jenni Reid is reporting that Hurricaine Beryl has set multiple records as it wreaks havoc across the Caribbean.

It is the earliest Category 5 storm on record, breaking numerous meteorological records due to its unprecedented strength and timing. Beryl has already caused significant damage, resulting in at least seven deaths and widespread destruction in several islands, including Grenada, St. Vincent and the Grenadines, and Venezuela. The hurricane's rapid intensification and early formation are attributed to unusually warm ocean temperatures, which experts link to climate change.

The storm has also prompted urgent preparations in Jamaica and the Cayman Islands as it continues its path. 

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Source: CNBC

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