Category 5 hurricane (SSHWS)
Duration July 4, 2122 – July 10, 2122
Peak intensity 190 mph (305 km/h) (1-min)  893 mbar (hPa)

Hurricane Alexandria is a the strongest, costliest, and deadliest hurricane of the 2122 Atlantic Hurricane Season. Hurricane Alexandria formed from tropical depression the size of the whole USA southwest of Jamaica on July 4th, 2122. It became a tropical storm the next day and attained the name "Alexandria." She brought heavy rains in Jamaica that resulted in flooding. Moving into favorable conditions, she became a hurricane 2 days later. Rapid intensification made her a category 3 major hurricane several days later. She made landfall in the western tip of Cuba. She brought torrential rains and 120 mph winds tearing down trees and destroying houses. She became the costliest hurricane in Cuba ever, damage amounted to about $16 billion. Intensifiying rapidly, She attained peak intensity on July 7. Hurricane Alexandria made landfall in Louisiana in the early morning of July 8. All the dikes broke, flooding the town. She killed about 94, 000 people and billions of dollars in damage. Storm surge in Alabama reached up to 59 feet, killing 11,500 in Alabama alone.

Hurricane Alexandria became the costliest hurricane ever. The damage reached up to $986 billion dollars, and she became the deadliest storm in the North Atlantic Basin ever, the death toll was 93,978 direct and 39,786 indirect fatalities. Overall death toll was 133, 764 deaths. And became the worldwide record for costliest tropical cyclone in history.



Due to the extremely high death toll and extreme damage, the World Meteorological Organization retired the name Alexandria. It was replaced with Alyanna for the 2128 Atlantic Hurricane Season.]