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2004-Hermine

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Tropical Storm Hermine developed on August 27, 2004 south of Bermuda. Hermine intensified into a tropical storm carrying maximum sustained wind reaching 94 km/h.  While entering the Canadian Response Zone on August 31, Tropical Storm Hermine contained winds reaching 83 km/h. A weak interaction with Tropical Storm Gaston caused Hermine to weaken as it tracked towards Cape Cod, following which, it became extratropical. The remnant low centre tracked up the Bay of Fundy on August 31, making landfall in New Brunswick, bringing heavy rain to portions of southern New Brunswick which received between 40 and 55 mm. Minor basement flooding and street closures were reported from Moncton, New Brunswick. The CHC issued 7 Hurricane Information Statements.

Rainfall image map of Tropical Storm Hermine for Prince Edward Island/New Brunswick, which entered the Canadian Hurricane Centre Response Zone on August 31, 2004. A weak interaction with Tropical Storm Gaston caused Hermine to weaken as it tracked towards Cape Cod, following which, it became extratropical. The remnant low centre tracked up the Bay of Fundy on August 31, 2004, making landfall in New Brunswick on September 1, 2004. Maximum provincial rainfalls: 60 millimetres in New Brunswick, 73.5 millimetres in Prince Edward Island and 47 millimetres in Nova Scotia
Rainfall image map of Tropical Storm Hermine for Prince Edward Island/New Brunswick, which entered the Canadian Hurricane Centre Response Zone on August 31, 2004. A weak interaction with Tropical Storm Gaston caused Hermine to weaken as it tracked towards Cape Cod, following which, it became extratropical. The remnant low centre tracked up the Bay of Fundy on August 31, 2004, making landfall in New Brunswick on September 1, 2004. Maximum provincial rainfalls: 60 millimetres in New Brunswick, 73.5 millimetres in Prince Edward Island and 47 millimetres in Nova Scotia



Rainfall image map of Tropical Storm Hermine for Newfoundland, which entered the Canadian Hurricane Centre Response Zone on August 31, 2004, but didn't enter Newfoundland until later in the day on September 1, 2004 and dissipated shortly after leaving Newfoundland. Maximum provincial rainfalls: 50 millimetres in Newfoundland
Rainfall image map of Tropical Storm Hermine for Newfoundland, which entered the Canadian Hurricane Centre Response Zone on August 31, 2004, but didn't enter Newfoundland until later in the day on September 1, 2004 and dissipated shortly after leaving Newfoundland. Maximum provincial rainfalls: 50 millimetres in Newfoundland

New Brunswick

September 1, 2004

  • Moncton received 55 mm of rain which caused minor basement flooding and street closures (G)
  • Cornell St. in Moncton was flooded as storm sewers began to overflow (CTV)
  • A traffic circle located in the west side of Moncton was closed twice during the day due to flooding in the area (TJ)
  • Wheeler Boulevard in Moncton was deemed impassable due to 0.6 m (2 ft) of water build-up (TJ)
  • Saint John received 44.2 mm of rain (TJ)
  • Point Lepreau received 54.9 mm of rain (TJ)
  • Fredericton and Bathurst received approximately 40 mm of rain (TJ)
Post Tropical Depression Hermine started tracking in the Canadian Hurricane Centre response zone along the east coast of the US and made landfall in southeastern Maine while tracking over New Brunswick and took a turn eastward once in the Gulf of St. Lawrence and made landfall again in western Newfoundland before dissipating. There were no gales associated with the storm in the response zone. As it tracked through Atlantic Canada the storm reached a maximum wind speed of 20 knots, with an mslp of 1010 millibar
Post Tropical Depression Hermine started tracking in the Canadian Hurricane Centre response zone along the east coast of the US and made landfall in southeastern Maine while tracking over New Brunswick and took a turn eastward once in the Gulf of St. Lawrence and made landfall again in western Newfoundland before dissipating. There were no gales associated with the storm in the response zone. As it tracked through Atlantic Canada the storm reached a maximum wind speed of 20 knots, with an mslp of 1010 millibar