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On July 16, 1997, Hurricane Danny developed within the Gulf of Mexico. Danny intensified into a category one hurricane containing winds of 129 km/h. It entered the CHC Response Zone on July 25, however, it had already been downgraded to a tropical storm by that point. Danny brought winds of 92 km/h to the CHC Response Zone and 83 km/h to Canadian waters as it moved through the extreme offshore areas. Maximum seas reported were in the 5 to 7 m range. Rainfall amounts near 20 mm were reported over southwestern Nova Scotia. Elsewhere, little or no effects were felt over land. The storm dissipated on July 27. The CHC issued 5 Hurricane Information Statements.
Rainfall image map of Hurricane Danny, which entered the Canadian Hurricane Centre Response Zone on July 25, 1997, however, Danny stayed off the coast to the east of Nova Scotia and dissipated shortly after on July 27, 1997. Maximum provincial rainfalls: 32 millimetres in Nova Scotia
Post Tropical Storm Danny started tracking in the Canadian Hurricane Centre response zone southeast of Nova Scotia with 34 knot winds. It tracked to the northeast and south of Newfoundland and eastward out of the response zone. As it tracked through Atlantic Canada the storm reached a maximum wind speed of 40 knots, with an mslp of 1002 millibar
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