|Category 1 hurricane (SSHS)|
|Duration||August 29 – September 9|
|Peak intensity||85 mph (140 km/h)|
Estelle formed on August 29 south-southwest of Guatemala. The storm moved west-northwest, paralleling the coast of Mexico as a 85 mph (135 km/h) hurricane before becoming extratropical on September 9. The remnants of Estelle brought heavy rainfall across southern California with rainfall totals reaching 3.1 inches (76.2 mm) in Julian.
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The name Estelle has been used for ten tropical cyclones in the Eastern Pacific Ocean.
- 1960's Hurricane Estelle, a Category 1 hurricane, that affected the coast of Central America and Mexico
- 1968's Tropical Storm Estelle, a long-lived tropical storm
- 1972's Hurricane Estelle, Category 1 hurricane
- 1976's Tropical Storm Estelle, a weak and short-lived tropical storm
- 1980's Tropical Storm Estelle, a weak tropical storm
- 1986's Hurricane Estelle, a strong hurricane, that moved south of Hawaii.
- 1992's Hurricane Estelle, a Category 4 hurricane, that formed far away from the coast
- 1998's Hurricane Estelle, Category 4 hurricane, that not affected land
- 2004's Tropical Storm Estelle, moved into the Central Pacific
- 2010's Tropical Storm Estelle, a strong tropical storm in August
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