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1994-Chris

Hurricane Chris began in the middle of the Atlantic Ocean on August 16, 1994. Chris entered the CHC Response Zone as a tropical storm on August 22 and dissipated south of Newfoundland on August 23. Maximum winds were recorded at 130 km/h, while in the CHC Response Zone the winds reached a maximum of 83 km/h. Chris entered Canadian waters at this strength on the morning of August 23. The storm had no direct impact on Canada. The CHC issued 11 Hurricane Information Statements.

Rainfall image map of Hurricane Chris, which began in the middle of the Atlantic Ocean on August 16, 1994. Chris then entered the CHC Response Zone as a tropical storm on August 22, 1994 and dissipated the next day south of Newfoundland on August 23, 1994. Maximum provincial rainfalls: 20 millimetres in Newfoundland
Rainfall image map of Hurricane Chris, which began in the middle of the Atlantic Ocean on August 16, 1994. Chris then entered the CHC Response Zone as a tropical storm on August 22, 1994 and dissipated the next day south of Newfoundland on August 23, 1994. Maximum provincial rainfalls: 20 millimetres in Newfoundland

Tropical Storm Chris started tracking in the Canadian Hurricane Centre response zone far southeast of Nova Scotia with 34 knot winds and tracked to the northeast passing Newfoundland and out of the response zone. As it tracked through Atlantic Canada the storm reached a maximum wind speed of 45 knots, with an mslp of 1003 millibar
Tropical Storm Chris started tracking in the Canadian Hurricane Centre response zone far southeast of Nova Scotia with 34 knot winds and tracked to the northeast passing Newfoundland and out of the response zone. As it tracked through Atlantic Canada the storm reached a maximum wind speed of 45 knots, with an mslp of 1003 millibar