May 22, 2015; 7:55 AM ET As the work week comes to an end, moisture will help fuel rain and thunderstorms in the Southern Plains raising the threat for flooding.
A hurricane is a large rotating storm with high speeds of wind that gust at least 74 mph that forms over warm waters in tropical areas.
Dolphin intensified into a super typhoon after slamming Guam on Friday.
The worst thing that people who live along coastlines can do is not to prepare for tropical storms and hurricanes.
The combination of a cool front swinging in from the Midwest and moisture from a diminishing Ana will bring an end to the summerlike weather in the Northeast early in the new week.
The map will depict the threat levels for the four main storm hazards: wind, storm surge, flooding rain and tornadoes.
Early indications suggest that the first tropical system of 2015 could spin up off the southern Atlantic Coast of the United States later this week.