Monday evening update: Tracking Tropical Storm Nana and Omar

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Chief Meteorologist Chris Franklin highlights the two new named storms in the Atlantic to begin the busiest month of hurricane season.

Tropical Storm Nana developed in the western Caribbean and is well on it's way to becoming a hurricane prior to landfall in Honduras or Belize on Thursday. Tropical Storm Omar, though upgraded this afternoon, remains very disorganized off the East coast and regardless of development, is not a threat to land. Elsewhere, there are two waves the NHC is monitoring.

One with a low chance for development between the Islands and the west coast of Africa and a wave about to emerge off Africa with a medium percent chance for development in the next 3 to 5 days. As I said, this is certainly not a surprise and all we can do is take the season one day at a time. And at this time, there are no immediate threats to Louisiana or the Gulf of Mexico.
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