May 29, 2015; 11:20 AM ET Flooding downpours, hail, and damaging winds will remain a concern across the Southern Plains Friday and into the weekend.
The first tropical system of the Eastern Pacific season may develop later this week to the south of Mexico.
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.