Tropical Storm Norman has formed in the eastern Pacific Ocean and forecasters say it could become a hurricane on Wednesday.
Current forecast models have Norman peaking on Friday as a Category 4 hurricane packing 130 miles per hour winds before it starts to weaken.
Hurricane and tropical cyclone season continues and the peak of tropical season will be arriving soon.
2015 Atlantic Storm Names:Tropical Storm AnaMay 9, 2015 - Tropical Storm Ana develops off the coast of South Carolina.May 10, 2015 - Makes landfall at 6:00 a.m. ET just north of Myrtle Beach, South Carolina, and later is downgraded to a tropical depression. It had maximum sustained winds of fifty miles per hour.
But rain was still pounding the island chain, touching off flooding on Oahu and Kauai.
Tropical Storm GraceSeptember 5, 2015 - Tropical Storm Grace forms.September 8, 2015 - Weakens to a tropical depression.
Located about 2,573 miles east of Hilo, Norman used to be packing maximum sustained winds of Sixty 5 mph whereas transferring west-northwest at 10 mph at 5 a.m., in step with the National Storm Heart.
Tropical Storm JerrySeptember 30 - Tropical Storm Jerry develops in the middle of the Atlantic Ocean.October 2 - Weakens to a tropical depression. Hermine weakens to a tropical storm later in the day.September 3, 2016 - One person dies when a tractor-trailer overturns while crossing a bridge in eastern North Carolina amid high winds from Hermine.
Meanwhile, Tropical Storm Miriam churned over the eastern Pacific with maximum winds of 60 miles per hour (95 kph).
Tropical Storm KarenOctober 3 - Tropical Storm Karen forms in the southeastern Gulf of Mexico.October 5 - Downgraded to a depression off the coast of Louisiana.
Tropical Storm FernandAugust 25 - Tropical Storm Fernand forms over the western Bay of Campeche off the coast of Mexico and makes landfall near the state of Veracruz.August 26 - Weakens to a tropical depression.
With the forecast track keeps Miriam away from the Hawaiian Islands, no impact to land is expected through the Labor Day Weekend. At least 13 people are killed along the storm's path through Nicaragua, Panama and Costa Rica.