Hurricane Hanna slammed Mexico and Texas in 2020, bringing heavy rain, flash flooding, and tons of destructive winds. It was one of the most intense hurricanes on the continent, with strong winds that remained a threat for hours before, during, and after the hurricane. This, paired with the destruction already experienced by many due to coronavirus, made it a devastating occurrence. This was one of six destructive hurricanes to affect North America throughout the year. It caused over $1.2 billion in damage, from 90 mph winds that tore down trees and houses (BBC).