Hurricane Sergio (2006)

Hurricane Sergio (2006)

Hurricane Sergio was the second strongest Pacific hurricane in the month of November on record. The nineteenth named storm and eleventh hurricane of the 2006 Pacific hurricane season, Sergio developed from a tropical wave on November 13 about 460 miles (740 km) south of Manzanillo, Mexico, and steadily intensified as it tracked southeastward. It reached peak winds of 110 mph (175 km/h) on November 15, and subsequently began to weaken due to increased wind shear as it turned to the north. Sergio later turned to the west, remaining well off the coast of Mexico, and dissipated on November 20 about 320 miles (515 km) west-northwest of it originally formed.

Sergio produced light rainfall along the coast of Mexico, though its effects were minimal. The formation of Sergio marked the 2006 season as the busiest in 12 years and the first season in which more than one tropical storm formed in November. Sergio, in addition to being the strongest hurricane after November 1, was also the longest-lived Pacific tropical cyclone in November, lasting a total of seven days.

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Hurricane Sergio (2006) - Impact and Records
... warnings or watches were issued in relation to Sergio ... advisories indicated a slight threat to coastal regions of Mexico the National HurricaneCenter assessed a 29% probability of tropical storm-force winds ... From November 16 and 17, the outer rainbands of the hurricanedropped light precipitation along the Mexican coastline, peaking at 1.97 inches (50 mm) at Tierra Colorada in Guerrero ...

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