Houston region likely to avoid major impacts of Tropical Storm Hanna
Up that weather system we've been following in the Gulf now has a name Tropical Storm Hanna formed late last night in the Gulf of Mexico, and it's moving west in about seven miles an hour headed towards Corpus Christi. Looks like a landfall, such as it is would be around noon on Saturday because he's some 65 mile an hour winds. Water's warm. There's not much here so I think it could easily go to 74 mile an hour winds, which would be a Category one hurricane, gentle to Chief meteorologist Frank Billingsley says the Houston area is not in the direct path of the storm, but we can expect a few inches of rainfall over the next several days. Hannah currently has 40 mile an hour sustained winds and is about 348 miles east southeast. Of Corpus Christi.