Tropical Storm Fay (2002)

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Tropical Storm Fay
Tropical storm (SSHWS/NWS)
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Tropical Storm Fay at its peak intensity.
FormedSeptember 5, 2002
DissipatedSeptember 11, 2002
Highest winds1-minute sustained: 60 mph (95 km/h)
Lowest pressure998 mbar (hPa); 29.47 inHg
FatalitiesNone
Damage$4.5 million (2002 USD)
Areas affectedTexas, Northern Mexico
Part of the 2002 Atlantic hurricane season

Tropical Storm Fay was the sixth tropical storm of the 2002 Atlantic hurricane season. Fay affected Texas and northern Mexico. Fay killed no one but caused $4.5 million in damage in Texas and Mexico.

No Retirement[change | change source]

Because the damage was light the name Fay was not retired. Fay was used again in 2008 and was not retired.

Tropical cyclones of the 2002 Atlantic hurricane season

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