Hurricane Nana hits Central America and southern Mexico




Nana, as Category 1 hurricane hits Honduras, Belize, Guatemala and southern parts of Mexico on Wednesday, Thursday and Friday, with rainfall up to 8 inches (200 mm) and winds corresponding to Category 1 hurricane.

Problems could bring mainly flooding rain in the region.

Strong, potentially damaging winds are expected near where Nana strikes the coast (mainly Belize). Nana is a small system so the strongest winds will be confined to a small area.

A dangerous storm surge will raise water levels by as much as 3 to 5 feet above normal tide levels along the immediate coast near and to the north of where the center makes landfall according to weather.com.

Near the coast, the surge will be linked with large and destructive waves, according to the NHC.

Forecast models furthermore not expect any hurricane treats for US territory minimally till 20. September 2020. 2 systems would have to disappear nearly Caribbean during next 16 days and one tropical storm – Omar – is far away from East coast and too fades away over Atlantic.

Infographics: 1 hurricane and 3 tropical threats in Atlantic region during next 16 days, but any hits territory of the US /tropicaltidbits.com, wxcharts.com

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