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Hanna now a tropical depression after becoming the first hurricane of 2020 season

Made landfall in Texas Saturday evening

ATLANTA —

  1. Hurricane Hanna is now a tropical depression after making landfall on the South Texas Coast on Saturday. Hanna was the first hurricane of the 2020 Atlantic hurricane season. 

At 6:00 Saturday evening Hurricane Hanna made landfall on Padre Island south of Corpus Christi with 90 mph winds

Then at 6:15 pm it made a second landfall at Port Mansfield still brandishing 90 mph max sustained winds. 

Credit: wxia

Tropical depression Hanna is producing heavy rain over northern Mexico.  Mudslides and flash flooding ate expected  as it makes its way inland. 

The last advisory has been written on Tropical depression Gonzalo.  It weakened as it moved through the southeastern Caribbean ocean on Saturday. 

Credit: wxia

There is another storm over the middle of the Atlantic ocean is strengthening.  The National Hurricane Center gives this storm a 90% chance of developing over the next 5 days.  It looks likely to be our next named storm and if it is it will be named Isaias. 

Credit: wxia

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The 11Alive StormTrackers will keep watching these systems very closely and keep you updated on any changes in the track or strength. 

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