Path of Hurricane Hanna at 1800 UTC on August 30.
In late August 2008, was a tropical wave formed off the coast of africa. After several days, a low pressure area associated with achievement gain a deep convection. On August 28, while the system is moving as a low pressure area east-northeast of the northern Leeward Islands, was formed into Tropical Depression Eight. Later that day, the depression has become to becoming a tropical storm called Hanna by the National Hurricane Center. At the same time, the central area of low pressure circulation was partially exposed at the edge of the convection, sending the wind shear to the west .
Moving westward mainly a large peak to the north, the convective pattern began to take the same course on August 28, 2008. The models predicted the storm would weaken as it moves to the southwest due to outflow associated with Hurricane Gustav, but despite all this, the storm came to a better environmentwhich causes intensification. An area low pressure that had been producing wind shear is leaving the system, but continued shearing. At the same time, the low pressure center was separated again from the convection, mostly reduced to a band cyclones in the eastern half of the movement. The storm remained weak as it was moving erratically toward the west in the Bahamas August 30, 2008. At 1:30 p.m. Eastern Time September 1, Hanna intensified to hurricane after receiving information from the Air Force plane Reconnaissance with winds up to 65 knots .
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