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Tropical Storm Cesar was named on August 31, 1984 when it was centred east of Cape Hatteras, midway between Bermuda and Nova Scotia. Cesar reached maximum wind speeds of 93 km/h. By September 2, Cesar merged with an extratropical low pressure system to the east of Newfoundland. The storm persisted east of Newfoundland and left the CHC Response Zone on September 4 with no damages reported to Atlantic Canada.
Rainfall image map of Tropical Storm Cesar, which merged with an extratropical low pressure system to the east of Newfoundland on September 2, 1984. Cesar then moved east of Newfoundland and left the CHC Response Zone on September 4, 1984. No significant rainfall over Canadian land areas
Tropical Storm Cesar started tracking in the Canadian Hurricane Centre response zone at position 1 outlined in green, with winds of 34 knots and occurred southeast of Nova Scotia moving northeast. It then moved to position 2 outlined in yellow, southeast of the Avalon Peninsula with winds of 48 knots, It then slowed down and turned eastward to position 3 outlined in brown at winds of 48 knots north of storm centre and moved east-northeast out of the response zone. As it tracked through Atlantic Canada the storm reached a maximum wind speed of 50 knots, with an mslp of 998 millibar
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