2132 was a severe-to-super active season with 31 named storms, 35 depressions, 26 hurricanes, and 18 major hurricanes. The season started off with late storm Hurricane Allen on July 4, 2132, which gave it the name The Independence Devastation and ended with the last storm, Hurricane Eken, that was called the The President Valentine Storm, forming on Febuary 14, 2133, and dying Febuary 20, 2133.
|Category 3 hurricane (SSHWS)|
|Duration||July 4 – July 8|
|Peak intensity||115 mph (185 km/h) (1-min) 976 mbar (hPa)|
34 days after the start of the season, a moonson quickly developed into Tropical Depression One. Rapidly organizing, One became Tropical Storm Allen. Recon soon noticed that the storm was gaining an eyewall, so the intensity was set at 70 mph. The islands of Haiti and Jamaica had wind gusts of 92 to 133 mph. Allen was therefore initiated a Category 2 hurricane, skipping the first stage. Allen continued to intensify and reached it's initial peak of 110 mph. After weakening a bit after skimming the coastal tip of Virginia, Allen intensified again and reached a secondary peak of 115 mph, designating it as a Category 3 Major Hurricane. Allen retained this peak until total dissipation near Iceland.
|Category 4 hurricane (SSHWS)|
|Duration||July 7 – July 15|
|Peak intensity||155 mph (250 km/h) (1-min) 926 mbar (hPa)|
Near the Cape Verde islands, a very weak tropical low developed. Advancing into the Antilles with little to no development expected, somehow the low became Tropical Depression Two. It began to organize rapidly, and gale force winds occurred, initiating Tropical Storm Beatrice on July 8. Beatrice steadily intensified, and became a hurricane on July 10. Rapid intensification was imminent as Beatrice approached the Gulf of Mexico Eddy Loop (The One That Fueled Rita, Katrina, and Wilma in 2005). Beatrice rapidly intensified into a Category 3 hurricane on July 12, only 450 miles east of Brownsville, Texas. Beatrice continued to intensify until landfall as a Category 5 hurricane near the Mexico-Texas border (post-analysis shows that Beatrice was a 155 mph Category 4 at peak at landfall). Beatrice quickly weakened over the mountains and dissipated on July 15.
|Category 5 hurricane (SSHWS)|
|Duration||July 18 – July 31|
|Peak intensity||180 mph (285 km/h) (1-min) 897 mbar (hPa)|
On July 16, severe thunderstorms occurred near the Cape Verde Islands.