On this day, in 2003, the Atlantic saw its first tropical storm to form in the month of April. For the most part, Tropical Storm Ana remained out at sea, though it did impact Bermuda and Florida. More specifically, Bermuda saw gusty winds and sporadic rainfall whilst Florida saw an outgoing tide. This caused for a boat to capsize, killing two of its occupants. This storm produced peak winds at 60 miles per hour and achieved a pressure reading of 994 millibars. Below is a photo that shows the “eye” features of the rather scattered storm.
That’s all for today! Have a great weekend and break!