Hanna is now a tropical storm. Hanna, the third active named storm and eighth of the Atlantic hurricane season, is now over parts of Texas and Mexico.
With sustained wind speeds of up to 45 mph, Hanna made landfall along the Texas coast Saturday.
Crossing the Gulf of Mexico, Hanna followed in what was Tropical Storm Gonzalo’s path, setting a record by being the earliest eighth-named storm of the Atlantic season, after Gonzalo became the earliest seventh-named storm.
Gonzalo was not the only named storm at the time. In the Pacific Ocean, Hurricane Douglas is headed toward Hawaii.
Track the path of the storm system with this map, which will update with the latest storm forecast.