Hurricane Paula was a late season storm and the final named storm of the 2016 Atlantic hurricane season.
|Paula near peak stength|
|Dissipated||December 20 (extratropical after December 10|
|Highest winds|| Gusts:|
140 km/h (85 mph)
|Lowest pressure||997 hPa (mbar)|
|Damage||$0,000 (2016 USD)|
|Areas affected||Belize,Mexico,United States (Florida)|
|Part of the 2016 Atlantic hurricane season|
On December 1 the NHC realesed a yellow crayon on invest 90L it said new jolly storm could form in gulf of mexico,over the next few hours on 8:00 PM EST the NHC realesed advisoried for TD Twenty-L over the next day 20L was named Paula by the NHC the storm would gradually organize into a hurricane. Later the storm would weaken into tropical storm Paula and then depression Paula the storm later became a extratropical low on December 19th it dissipated the next day.
Due to no damage and no fatlites directly related to the storm the name Paula was not retired and will be used during 2022.
Since it was around christmas time the NHC issued some cool and funny advisories.
A festive Atlantic causes a cheerful Depression 20 to form
Twenty near tropical storm strength.....
Paula is named over the Carribean sea,with some hot coco....
Paula becomes a Candy hurricane as it nears the Yucantan....
the Gulf is in Christmas cheer as Paula moves in...
here is what a news headline said
Christmas choas continues as Paula grows near.