TS Norman forms over eastern Pacific; could become…

TS Norman forms over eastern Pacific; could become…

TS Norman forms over eastern Pacific; could become…

Officials are reporting the first death associated with a powerful storm that initially threatened Hawaii as a hurricane and later weakened to a tropical depression.

Here is a look at the 2015 Atlantic hurricane season.

By mid-day Sunday, current forecast models have Miriam downgraded to a post-tropical remnant low with 35 miles per hour winds.

Hurricane KateNovember 9, 2015 - Tropical Storm Kate forms near the Bahamas.November 11, 2015 - Becomes a hurricane.

But Tropical Storm Mirian is spinning in the Pacific Ocean some 2,000 miles east of Hawaii and is expected to become a hurricane as it approaches the islands.

Tropical Storm DanielleJune 20, 2016 - Tropical Storm Danielle forms in the Bay of Campeche, and later makes landfall north of Tuxpan, Mexico. Tropical development right now is unlikely.

Hurricane HermineAugust 31, 2016 - Tropical Storm Hermine forms about 395 miles south-southwest of Apalachicola, Florida.September 1, 2016 - Strengthens to a hurricane.September 2, 2016 - Hermine makes landfall east of St. Marks, Florida.

Tropical Storm BarryJune 19 - Tropical Storm Barry forms in the southern Gulf of Mexico.June 20 - Weakens to a tropical depression and then later a post-tropical cyclone.

Tropical Storm JuliaSeptember 13, 2016 - Tropical Storm Julia forms over the northeastern coast of Florida.September 16, 2016 - Weakens to a tropical depression off the coast of Georgia and SC.

Eastern Pacific Ocean: Two hurricanes as of now.

But the storm is far from land and no coastal watches or warning are in effect.

Kauai roads and taro patches flooded Tuesday as leftover moisture from Tropical Depression Lane dumped heavy rain on the island.

The center of the storm is located 1,105 miles ESE of HIlo at 14.2 N 139.4 W, moving west at 12 mph. As the system continues to move away from the Mexican coast, environmental conditions over the next 5 days appear to be conducive for this wave to become a tropical depression this weekend or into next week. At least 13 people are killed along the storm's path through Nicaragua, Panama and Costa Rica.

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