Hurricane Cesar–Douglas was a devastating tropical cyclone that killed 122 people throughout Central and South America in late-July 1996. The Category 1 hurricane formed in late July in the Caribbean Sea and pounded Central America with rain, killing 67 people and causing local governments to deem the region a disaster area. After crossing Central America, the storm redeveloped in the eastern Pacific as Hurricane Douglas, which became part of the 1996 Pacific hurricane season and reached Category 4 strength in the open ocean.
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... See also List of retired Atlantic hurricane names The name Cesar was retired in the spring of 1997 and will never be used again in the Atlantic basin ... It was reused in the 2002 Pacific hurricane season, and the 2008 Pacific hurricane season ...
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