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Storm Impact Summaries Rainfall Images for 1981

Rainfall image map of Tropical Storm Cindy, which entered the Canadian Hurricane Centre Response Zone on August 3, 1981 as a tropical depression, but strengthened to a tropical storm as it entered the southeastern marine areas on August 5, 1981. Cindy dissipated on August 6, 1981. Maximum provincial rainfalls: 38.8 millimetres in Nova Scotia (Sable Island)
Rainfall image map of Tropical Storm Cindy, which entered the Canadian Hurricane Centre Response Zone on August 3, 1981 as a tropical depression, but strengthened to a tropical storm as it entered the southeastern marine areas on August 5, 1981. Cindy dissipated on August 6, 1981. Maximum provincial rainfalls: 38.8 millimetres in Nova Scotia (Sable Island)


Rainfall image map of Hurricane Dennis, which entered the Canadian Hurricane Centre Response Zone on August 21, 1981. Remaining within the Canadian Hurricane Centre Response Zone for 36 hours before dissipating on August 22, 1981. No significant rainfall over Canadian land areas
Rainfall image map of Hurricane Dennis, which entered the Canadian Hurricane Centre Response Zone on August 21, 1981. Remaining within the Canadian Hurricane Centre Response Zone for 36 hours before dissipating on August 22, 1981. No significant rainfall over Canadian land areas



Rainfall image map of Hurricane Emily, which entered the Canadian Hurricane Centre Response Zone on September 4,1981, Emily continued to track northeast and into the Grand Banks on September 7, 1981 and leaving the Canadian Hurricane Centre Response Zone on September 11, 1981, before dissipating on September 12, 1981. Maximum provincial rainfalls: 47.8 millimetres in Newfoundland
Rainfall image map of Hurricane Emily, which entered the Canadian Hurricane Centre Response Zone on September 4,1981, Emily continued to track northeast and into the Grand Banks on September 7, 1981 and leaving the Canadian Hurricane Centre Response Zone on September 11, 1981, before dissipating on September 12, 1981. Maximum provincial rainfalls: 47.8 millimetres in Newfoundland


Rainfall image map of Subtrop 3, which entered the Canadian Hurricane Centre Response Zone on November 15, 1981. Subtrop 3 moved into the southwestern marine area on November 17, 1981, but subsequently dissipated the same day, without causing any reported damage in Canada. Maximum provincial rainfalls: 79.8 millimetres in Quebec (Iles de la Madeleine), 49 millimetres in New Brunswick, 26 millimetres in Prince Edward Island, 90.5 millimetres in Nova Scotia and 44.8 millimetres in Newfoundland
Rainfall image map of Subtrop 3, which entered the Canadian Hurricane Centre Response Zone on November 15, 1981. Subtrop 3 moved into the southwestern marine area on November 17, 1981, but subsequently dissipated the same day, without causing any reported damage in Canada. Maximum provincial rainfalls: 79.8 millimetres in Quebec (Iles de la Madeleine), 49 millimetres in New Brunswick, 26 millimetres in Prince Edward Island, 90.5 millimetres in Nova Scotia and 44.8 millimetres in Newfoundland