2000 Pacific hurricane season

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2000 Pacific hurricane season
Season summary map
First storm formed May 22, 2000
Last storm dissipated November 8, 2000
Strongest storm Carlotta - 932 mbar, 135 knots –
19
Total fatalities 18
Total damage $14 million (2000 USD)
seasons
1998, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2002

The 2000 Pacific hurricane season was an event in tropical cyclone meteorology. There were few notable storms this year. Tropical Storms Miriam, Norman, and Rosa all made landfall in Mexico with only small impacts. Hurricane Daniel for a short time, threatened the U.S. state of Hawaii while weakening. Hurricane Carlotta was the strongest storm of the year and the second strongest June hurricane in recorded history. It killed 18 people when it sank a ship.

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Tropical cyclones of the 2000 Pacific hurricane season
Saffir–Simpson Hurricane Scale
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* Central Pacific system