Hurricane season is officially here: Look out for Ana, a tropical storm swelling 90 miles off Florida’s coast. A warning has been issued east of Alabama, which means extreme tropical storm conditions could appear in the next 24 hours. Ana, which is traveling with winds of 35 mph, could hit land as soon as Monday. Another storm, Bill, is also picking up strength in the Atlantic, but is 1,640 miles off the Lesser Antilles, while Tropical Storm Claudette threatens the Gulf Coast. Hurricane Guillermo, meanwhile, is a Category 2 storm with 100 mph winds moving over the Pacific.