Tropical Storm Nana forms in the Caribbean Sea

No threat to U.S.
Posted at 11:37 AM, Sep 01, 2020
and last updated 2020-09-01 12:37:41-04

The National Hurricane Center says that Tropical Storm Nana has formed in the Caribbean Sea.

Air Force Reserve Hurricane Hunter aircraft data indicated that the potential tropical cyclone has become Tropical Storm Nana at around 11:00 am.

The maximum winds are estimated to be 50 mph (85 km/h) with higher gusts. Nana is currently moving west at 18 mph.

The NHC's official track keeps the storm far away from the Gulf of Mexico and the United States with landfall on Thursday, September 3 in Central America.

A special advisory will be issued to update the forecast in the next hour.

See more from the NHC on Tropical Storm Nana, here.

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