Hurricane Gonzalo formed in the eastern Caribbean Monday with winds buffeting Antigua and Barbuda, downing trees, knocking out power and tearing roofs from homes.

Gonzalo was packing sustained winds of 75 mph with some strengthening likely, according to the National Hurricane Center.

The storm is on a track toward the U.S. and British Virgin Islands and could veer east of Puerto Rico.

LIAT canceled flights out of Antigua early Monday and rerouted a number of flights throughout the eastern Caribbean.

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