In September 2013, Ingrid, a category one hurricane made landfall as a tropical storm in northeastern Mexico. Simultaneously, Manual made landfall as a tropical storm on the southern coast of Mexico then reformed in the Gulf of California and made a second landfall in Mexico as a category one hurricane. Significant damages and casualties resulted. Ingrid caused 32 deaths and Manuel resulted in at least 123 deaths.
Ingrid will be replaced with “Imelda” and Manuel with “Mario” when the 2013 lists are reused in 2019. (The WMO reuses storm names every six years for both the Atlantic and eastern North Pacific basins, unless a name is retired because a storm so-named is so deadly or costly that the future use of the name would be insensitive.)
Full report available on the NOAA website.