It is still bringing winds of tropical storm force, rain and storms to Texas.
The center of Hanna should pass Mexico just around this morning, however, the Texans will continue to struggle with the wind and rain in the afternoon.
The rain will continue to move to the ground as the center of Hanna slowly moves west-south-west.
The effects are still ongoing with an ongoing tropical storm warning and Flash Flood watches extending from south Houston to Brownsville.
Even while the center is in Mexico, rain showers will be ongoing. The shower activity becomes more sporadic in the afternoon and evening hours and the winds will also start to calm down.
Hurricane Douglas is a Category 1 storm with sustained winds at 90 mph. It is currently located 240 miles east of Kahului, Hawaii, and is moving from west to northwest at 16 mph.
Douglas will have an impact on the Hawaiian Islands today and tomorrow with wind, rain and rough waves. There is also a threat of sudden floods and landslides due to the expected heavy rains.
Douglas is expected to weaken in a tropical storm overnight tonight until early Monday morning as he passes near Kauai.
Douglas is also likely to make a close pass, not a direct hit, so no official “landing” is expected, although impacts may still be felt in the Hawaiian Islands.
Another large area of low pressure is beginning to put its actions together off the coast of Africa this morning as it moves westward. The National Hurricane Center offers 90% chance of development over the next 5 days.
Meanwhile, another heat wave is expected in the Northeast this week.
Temperatures will be between the 1990s and mid-week, which should mean that another official “heat wave” – three consecutive days at a temperature of 90 degrees or above – is expected in New York and Philadelphia.