MIAMI — Nana, the fourteenth named storm of the hurricane season, strengthened into a hurricane on Wednesday night and weakened back into a tropical storm by Thursday morning.
According to the National Hurricane Center's 11 a.m. update, Nana is packing 45 mph winds and is 125 miles north of Guatemala City. Nana is moving west-southwest at 15 mph, NHC said.
Nana made landfall as a hurricane around 1 a.m. on the coast of Belize. NHC says the system is rapidly weakening and is forecast to become a remnant low on Friday.