Tropical Storm Henriette grew to a hurricane and hit land again. In the process it made history. Yesterday, Hurricane Henriette hit the southern tip of Baja California at San Jose del Cabo. Only nine hours before Hurricane Felix hit Nicaragua's remote Miskito Coast. The LA Times reported that it was the first time that two hurricanes made landfall on the same day since the U.S National Hurricane Center began to keep records in 1949.
According to ABC News, Henriette threatened Mexico's mainland today, had sustained winds of 75 mph, and could bring as much as a foot of rain to certain areas.
It's interesting to have a hurricane as a namesake.