Former Major Hurricane Amanda Comes to an End in Eastern Pacific

News 4 This Morning tracked Amanda from its beginnings as a Tropical Depression! Relive our extensive coverage of the first storm of 2014 Eastern Pacific season with the links below:


First Tropical Depression of 2014 Eastern Pacific Season Forms (May 23rd)

Hurricane Amanda Regains Strength Overnight Into Monday Morning (May 27th)

Amanda Now a Tropical Storm; Nearly Stalled in Pacific (May 28th)

Amanda Weakens in Pacific, Poses no Threat to Land (May 29th)

It was once a powerful category 4 hurricane, but now Amanda is no more, dissipating in the eastern Pacific Ocean.

The National Hurricane Center issued its final advisory on Amanda Thursday evening.

The storm was very strong at one point, with sustained winds above 150 miles per hour, but it never made landfall.

What's left of the storm will continue to break apart over the next couple of days.

At this time, there are no other systems in the Pacific being monitored for development, but when the next storm forms, it will be named Boris.

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