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Hurricane Frances originated as a tropical depression in the Atlantic Ocean east of the Bahamas on October 22, 1992. Frances tracked northeast, entered the CHC Response Zone as a hurricane on October 25, moved into Canadian waters as a strong tropical storm with winds of 111 km/h near midnight that night and left the CHC Response Zone on October 27, still as a tropical storm. Wind speeds of 139 km/h were recorded for this storm; however, the strongest within the CHC Response Zone were 120 km/h. Frances remained within the southern marine section of the CHC Response Zone and did not result in any damage reported in Canada.
Rainfall image map of Hurricane Frances, which entered the Canadian Hurricane Centre Response Zone tracking northeast as a hurricane on October 25, 1992. Frances then moved into Canadian waters near midnight on October 25, 1992 and then left the Canadian Hurricane Centre Response Zone on October 27, 1992. Maximum provincial rainfalls: 73 millimetres in Newfoundland
Tropical Storm Frances started tracking in the Canadian Hurricane Centre response zone at position 1 outlined in green, with winds of 48 knots and occurred southeast of Nova Scotia heading north. It turned northeast by position 2 outlined in yellow with winds of 48 knots. The storm continues in a more east direction away from Newfoundland to position 3 outlined in brown with winds of 48 knots and out into the Atlantic. As it tracked through Atlantic Canada the storm reached a maximum wind speed of 62 knots, with an mslp of 987 millibar
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