Tropical Storm Lowell (2008)

Tropical Storm Lowell (2008)

Tropical Storm Lowell was a moderate tropical storm that developed during the 2008 Pacific hurricane season. The fourteenth tropical cyclone and thirteen named storm of the season formed out of a western side of a trough on September 6. It quickly intensified into Tropical Storm Lowell, peaking as a moderate tropical storm. It pass directly over Socorro Island and began a weakening trend. It weakened into depression before landfall in Baja California Sur and dissipated before striking Sonora. It later joined with a frontal boundary and Ike and caused severe damage as far inland as Chicago. In all, the storm had caused 6 deaths and $15.5 million damage.

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