Unformatted text preview: Typically, if a named Hurricane that touches down onto land reeks havoc and is a very strong storm that causes plenty of damage, then it’s named becomes “retired” and is not used again in the naming of hurricanes. Only a handful get added into that category, with the likes of Hurricanes Andrew, Opal, and Fran. Hugo, this once perceived innocent "tropical wave," which turned out to become a monster of a storm will be embedded into our minds for a long period of time to come because of its raging winds and unimaginable damage. No wonder it’s name has been retired, too....
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- Spring '10
- Southeastern United States, Hurricane Hugo, land reeks havoc