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Ana, first named storm of the year, forms in the Atlantic

Updated: May. 22, 2021 at 6:54 AM CDT
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Subtropical Storm Ana formed early this morning just northeast of Bermuda. It poses no threat to the United States.

Locally, we are entering a very dry and sunny pattern. After weeks of mostly cloudy and wet weather it will turn decidedly warmer and drier. The weekend looks great. Strong breezes will slowly relax today. Tide levels will remain high but gradually improve by Sunday for most locations.

Next week should see lots of sunshine and relatively dry air. No rain is in the forecast for the next week.

The official start to hurricane season is coming up on June 1st. Our Weather the Storm 2021 special will air at 6:30pm that evening.

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