High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles Hurricane Rick was the
second-most intense Pacific hurricane on record and the strongest
ever to form during October. Developing south of Mexico on
October15, 2009, Hurricane Rick traversed an area favoring rapid
intensification, allowing it to become a hurricane within 24 hours
of being declared a tropical depression. An eye began to form
during the afternoon of October16; once fully formed, the storm
underwent another period of rapid strengthening. During the
afternoon of October17, the storm attained Category5 status on the
Saffir-Simpson Hurricane Scale. Several hours later, Rick attained
its peak intensity as the second-strongest Pacific hurricane on
record with winds of 180mph (290km/h; 156kn) and the barometric
pressure bottomed out at 906mbar (906.00hPa; 26.75inHg).
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