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Hurricane Jeanne developed on September 13th, 2004 near the Lesser Antilles and intensified into a category 3 storm. Jeanne contained winds reaching 195 km/h (105 knots). Jeanne traveled along the Caribbean Islands before making a 360° clockwise loop and landfalling in Florida. Eventually Jeanne curved northward and continued to track over the south-eastern states before entering the Canadian Response Zone on the evening of September 28th. Carrying winds at a maximum of 65 km/h (35 knots) Jeanne dissipated during the morning hours of September 29th. The CHC issued 18 Hurricane Information Statements.
Rainfall image map of Hurricane Jeanne, which entered the Canadian Hurricane Centre Response Zone on the evening of September 28, 2004, and then dissipated during the morning hours of September 29, 2004. Maximum provincial rainfalls: 51 millimetres in Nova Scotia (Sable Island) and 101 millimetres in Newfoundland
Post Tropical Depression Jeanne started tracking in the Canadian Hurricane Centre response zone northeast along the Atlantic Coast southeast of Nova Scotia before dissipating south of Newfoundland with gusts of 34 knots. As it tracked through Atlantic Canada the storm reached a maximum wind speed of 30 knots, with an mslp of 1000 millibar
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