Hurricane Nana made landfall in Belize as a Category 1 storm early Thursday morning.
In addition to Nana, there is what was once Tropical Storm Omar in the open Atlantic.
The National Hurricane Center has also highlighted three areas to watch over the coming days. One wave is located just off the coast of Africa – which will likely become Invest 92L eventually. It will have to be watched, but there is plenty of time for that. The other two waves, as well. Invest 91L has a medium chance for formation. The other is a wave that will emerge off of Africa soon. The next few weeks have the potential to be very active in the Atlantic Basin.
Even though Nana and Omar will not pose a threat to the United States, we still have a few months before we reach the end of the Atlantic hurricane season. The next two names are Paulette and Rene. Be sure to follow along for updates all season long. Your StormTracker team will provide you with the latest on the tropics!