Hurricane Earl

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Hurricane Earl was a tropical cyclone in the Caribbean Sea and Gulf of Mexico in August 2016. The storm struck Belize and Mexico with wind of around 80 mph.[1]

The storm caused 13 deaths in the Dominican Republic. More than fifty other deaths took place, mostly in Mexico. Damage totaled over $115 million.

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  1. "Hurricane Earl Belize" (PDF). CDEMA. Retrieved Aug 10, 2016.