|Category 5 hurricane|
|Highest winds|| 185 mph |
|Lowest pressure||897 mb|
|Damages||$42.2 billion (2010 USD)|
|Areas affected||Alaska Peninsula, Juneau|
| Part of the|
2010 Alaska hurricane season
Hurricane Joseph was the strongest hurricane ever recorded in the Alaska basin. Joseph was a Category 5 hurricane with winds of 185 mph and a central pressure of 897mb. The storm was the 10th named storm, 4th hurricane and the 2nd major hurricane of the 2010-11 Alaska hurricane season. Joseph is also the most costliest and deadliest Alaskan hurricane, costing $42.2bn in damage and killing 3,281. It was the costliest hurricane of the season.