Tropical Storm Danielle to hit Mexico Monday

Earliest 4th named storm in Atlantic hurricane history

(WWLP) – The Atlantic hurricane season has already proven to be quite active this year, as we now have our fourth named tropical storm.

Tropical Storm Danielle is located off the coast of central Mexico, and is expected to make landfall Monday north of Veracruz. The storm will bring heavy rains to Mexico, and could cause strong rip currents in Texas.

To give you an idea of just how active the tropics have been this year, Danielle is the earliest fourth-named-storm in the history of Atlantic tropical storms and hurricanes.

Hurricane season has only just started- it began on June 1, and will run through November 30. But it doesn’t even need to be the hurricane season for tropical storms and hurricanes to form- our first named storm this year, Hurricane Alex, formed back in January.

You can track Tropical Storm Danielle using our Tropical/Hurricane Tracker on WWLP.com!

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