FORT WAYNE, Ind. (WFFT) — Hurricane Nana made landfall early Thursday morning in Belize.
The storm came ashore between Dangriga and Placencia.
Its maximum winds were 75 mph, which is just over the threshold to be a hurricane.
Hurricane winds begin at 74 mph.
The storm has already weakened to a tropical storm.
As of 11 a.m. Thursday, the maximum winds have decreased to 45 mph.
The storm is located over Guatemala and will continue to move west.
Two to four inches of rain is expected in Central America before the storm dissipates.
It's the first hurricane to make landfall in Belize in the last four years.