Hurricane Tomas

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Hurricane Tomas was the nineteenth storm and twelfth hurricane of the 2010 Atlantic hurricane season. Winds peaked at 100 mph. Tomas cut across the Eastern Caribbean and took 65 lives (mostly across Cuba and Hispaniola). The damage totaled $652 million. The name Tomas was then retired and replaced with Tobias, which will be used during 2016 season.