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Hilary was not a tropical storm when it entered California, yet it had the same impact, study shows

Summary by Ground News
Hilary was no longer a tropical storm when its destructive remnants entered California. Damage from Hilary was estimated at $900 million in the United States. Three deaths were directly related to the storm, including two in Mexico and one in California. Rain formed an ephemeral lake in Death Valley National Park that still persists.

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