Tropical Storm Hermine (2010)

Pacific and Atlantic tropical storm in 2010

Tropical Storm Hermine (also known as Tropical Depression 11-E in the eastern Pacific) was an unusual basin crossing tropical cyclone. The storm struck near Salina Cruz, Mexico before weakening into a low pressure system. It moved north, became Tropical Storm Hermine, intensified and then struck northeastern Mexico. Hermine continued north into Texas and Oklahoma, where it then fizzled out. From Guatemala to Oklahoma, the cyclone killed over 100 people and caused $740 million in damage, 240 million in the United States. Despite the devastation, the name Hermine wasn't retired.

Tropical Storm Hermine
Tropical Storm (SSHWS/NWS)
Tropical Storm Hermine well inland, while still at tropical storm intensity.
FormedSeptember 3, 2010
DissipatedSeptember 9, 2010
Highest winds1-minute sustained: 70 mph (110 km/h)
Lowest pressure989 mbar (hPa); 29.21 inHg
Fatalities52 direct, 50 indirect (100 more feared dead)
Damage$740 million (2010 USD)
Areas affectedCentral America, Mexico, Texas, Oklahoma
Part of the 2010 Pacific hurricane season and 2010 Atlantic hurricane season