It is common to name storms. For example, a hurricane called Harvey is now over Texas. On the other hand, ancient people named deities related to various places and natural phenomena. There might be a deity for a specific river or for a specific kind of wind.
But did the Romans ever give a name to a specific event in a fashion similar to how we name storms? I don't recall hearing of "one-shot deities" that were related to a specific instance of a natural disaster (eg. a single storm) instead of the phenomenon in general (eg. a god of storms). Were natural disasters described through the related gods or deities at all, even if the specific event was not given a separate name?