The National Weather Service (NWS) in San Juan reported on Saturday that sub-tropical storm Ana had formed in northeastern Bermuda.
“No damage is expected from the system to Puerto Rico and the US Virgin Islands,” they tweeted.
5 AM AST | Subtropical storm patterns # அனா In the northeast of Bermuda. No damage was expected from the system to Puerto Rico and the US Virgin Islands.
A subtropical storm is developing northeast of Ana Bermuda. Vulnerabilities from this system are not expected for PR and USVI. pic.twitter.com/NjJsK1KMsZ
– NWS San Juan (WNWSSanJuan) May 22, 2021
Similarly, The American media reported on CNN It has been pointed out that this is the first named storm of the hurricane season starting on June 1st.
According to CNN, a subtropical storm has characteristics similar to that of a tropical storm, distinguishing that it is not dependent on warmer temperatures.
Similarly, subtropical cyclone Ana in parts of the Atlantic Ocean usually does not have tropical cyclones in May.
Ana is currently blowing at 45 mph and is 200 miles northeast of Bermuda.
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