Tropical Storm Danielle will Dissipate Over Mexico

Tropical Storm Danielle became the fourth named storm of the 2016 Atlantic Hurricane Season, the earliest in the calendar year of such occurrence on record. The storm is expected to move ashore in northeast Mexico Monday night and dissipate. Flooding rain and mudslides are the primary hazards with the 45 mph minimal tropical storm, and it is no threat to the state of Florida or the United States.