Tropical Storm Ana
As of 2018, Ana is the only name that has been used for seven storms in the Atlantic without any of them reaching hurricane strength.
- Tropical Storm Ana (1979), which formed east of the Lesser Antilles and crossed Leeward Islands
- Tropical Storm Ana (1985), which rounded Bermuda, neared Newfoundland, but dissipated before striking
- Tropical Storm Ana (1991), which travelled parallel to the East Coast of the United States
- Tropical Storm Ana (1997), which wobbled off the Carolinas
- Tropical Storm Ana (2003), the first recorded Atlantic storm to form in April
- Tropical Storm Ana (2009), a weak tropical storm that crossed the Leeward Islands and dissipated near Puerto Rico
- Tropical Storm Ana (2015), the earliest storm to make landfall in the United States during the calendar year
- Tropical Storm Anna
- Storm Ana, an extratropical cyclone of the 2017–18 Western Europe windstorm season
This article includes a list of named storms that share the same name (or similar names).
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