Tracking the Tropics: Remembering Hurricane Katrina

Tracking the Tropics
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Tonight on Tracking the Tropics we’re following two disturbances, including one just off North Carolina’s coast. 

CBS 17 Meteorologist Brian Hutton Jr. is analyzing the storms tonight. On Tuesday, Tropical Storm Nana formed and is now forecast to be a hurricane as it approaches the coast of Central America. 

Swells from the depression were affecting parts of North Carolina’s Outer Banks, but no watches or warnings were issued by the center.

Tropical Storm Omar, the 15th named storm of the Atlantic hurricane season, has also formed but is expected to be short-lived.

We’ll also go live to New Orleans to talk with WGNO Chief Meteorologist Hank Allen on the anniversary of Hurricane Katrina. 

Join CBS 17 every Tuesday at 8 p.m. for Tracking the Tropics.

Weather Video

11:00AM VIDEO FORECAST -- Sunshine is back!

6:45AM VIDEO FORECAST -- Clouds clearing!

5:30AM VIDEO FORECAST -- Winter chill back in the air!

10:30PM Tuesday: Chilly tonight and a cool Wednesday

6:30PM Tuesday: Better days ahead

5:30PM Tuesday: Rain moving out for a chilly night

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