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    Hurricane Hilary

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     Hurricane Hilary was a category 4 hurricane with wind speeds up to 130 mph. It was the first hurricane to hit Southern California since 1939. Hurricane Hillary made landfall in Mexico and destroyed everything, including Southern California, Nevada, Montana, Idaho, and Oregon. It flooded many cities, roads, and houses. It broke many records for rainfall, dropping more than twice the average in some states.

    It closed Death Valley National Park indefinitely, dropping a year’s worth of rain in one day. It got downgraded to a post-tropical storm after it hit Southern California and was making its way to Nevada. There has not been a confirmed number of deaths, but we know that there has been at least one death caused by Hurricane Hilary.

    Many have been rescued with the help of first responders. Hurricane Hillary started about a week ago and has now stopped. The flash flood warnings California’s Gov. Gavin Newsom issued have been called off. Tropical Storm Hilary gave southern California its first tropical storm watch of all time. Many cities had to evacuate.

    Resources used:

    https://www.cbsnews.com/losangeles/live-updates/hurricane-hilary-live-updates-southern-california-bracing-for-wind-and-rain/

    https://www.weather.gov/

    https://www.cnn.com/2023/08/20/weather/hurricane-hilary-california-southwest-tropical-storm-sunday/index.html

    https://www.climate.gov/news-features/event-tracker/former-hurricane-hilary-brought-southern-california-its-first-ever

     

     

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