Hurricane Ana (2021)
Category 3 major hurricane (SSHWS/NWS)
Formed June 21, 2021
Dissipated June 27, 2021
Highest winds 120 mph (195 km/h)
(1-min sustained)
Lowest pressure 943 (mbar)
Damages $10 million (2021 USD)
Direct Fatalities 1
Indirect Fatalities 1
Missing 124
Areas affected Cape Verde Islands, Lesser Antilles and Bermuda
Part of the
2021 Atlantic hurricane season

Hurricane Ana of 2021 was a very powerful early season tropical cyclone that formed to the south of the Cape Verde Islands on June 21, 2021. It moved across the Atlantic, reaching category 3 major hurricane status before weakening as it approached the Lesser Antilles. The storm then passed over the islands as a category 2 hurricanes, inflicting $10 million in damages, and killing 2 people in the process, before moving out into the Atlantic. Ana then moved past Bermuda as a category 1 hurricane, becoming extratropical whilst paralleling the US East Coast, finally dissipating 2 days later.