This is the second in a series of articles on the Caribbean Islands.
Read more about the Caribbean in our article Tropical Storm Debby’s arrival has pushed Tropical StormDebby off the Caribbean coast.
The storm is expected to dump up to 30mm of rain in the region.
This will bring a major disruption to the tourism industry in the Caribbean, including closures of major hotels, cruise ships and airlines.
There are also reports of flooding at hotels and restaurants.
There is also concern that the storm could cause widespread damage.
This is the first tropical storm to hit the Caribbean since Hurricane Debbie in December 2016.
It brought heavy rain, mudslides and landslides to parts of the region in March.
The Caribbean Islands are renowned for their tropical beaches and stunning wildlife.
The islands are also known for being the location of some of the most expensive shopping in the world, with some people paying up to $40,000 per trip.