Help the Government of Canada organize its website!

Complete an anonymous 5-minute questionnaire. Start now.

1995-Chantal

Chantal began on July 12, 1995 near the Lesser Antilles. While only reaching tropical storm status, Chantal contained winds as high as 111 km/h. It entered the CHC Response Zone on July 19 and moved into Canadian waters with winds of 93 km/h near dawn on the 20. Chantal dissipated two days later on July 22 and did not cause in any damage. Rainfall amounts were generally in the 15 to 35 mm range. Despite the fact that Chantal remained well offshore. However, a broad trough of low pressure and embedded thunderstorms gave higher amounts to a few locations, the highest being 67.2 mm at St. Brides, Newfoundland. The CHC issued 10 Hurricane Information Statements.

Rainfall image map of Tropical Storm Chantal, which entered the CHC Response Zone on July 19, 1995 and moved into Canadian waters near dawn on the July 20, 1995. Chantal dissipated two days later on July 22, 1995. Maximum provincial rainfalls: 123 millimetres in Nova Scotia and 77 millimetres in Newfoundland
Rainfall image map of Tropical Storm Chantal, which entered the CHC Response Zone on July 19, 1995 and moved into Canadian waters near dawn on the July 20, 1995. Chantal dissipated two days later on July 22, 1995. Maximum provincial rainfalls: 123 millimetres in Nova Scotia and 77 millimetres in Newfoundland

Tropical Storm Chantal started tracking in the Canadian Hurricane Centre response zone southeast of Nova Scotia with winds of 48 knots tracking to the northeast and out into the Atlantic. As it tracked through Atlantic Canada the storm reached a maximum wind speed of 50 knots, with an mslp of 994 millibar
Tropical Storm Chantal started tracking in the Canadian Hurricane Centre response zone southeast of Nova Scotia with winds of 48 knots tracking to the northeast and out into the Atlantic. As it tracked through Atlantic Canada the storm reached a maximum wind speed of 50 knots, with an mslp of 994 millibar