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Hurricane Iris formed to the east of the Lesser Antilles on August 22, 1995. The system developed into a category two hurricane and contained winds reaching as high as 166 km/h. Iris entered the CHC Response Zone on September 3 and dissipated on September 7. Iris only skirted the outer Grand Banks and did not result in any damage reported in Canada.
Rainfall image map of Hurricane Iris, which entered the Canadian Hurricane Centre Response Zone on September 3, 1995 and dissipated on September 7, 1995. Iris only skirted the outer Grand Banks and did not result in any damage reported in Canada. No significant rainfall over Canadian land areas
Hurricane Iris started tracking in the Canadian Hurricane Centre response zone northeast with winds of 64 knots northeast of storm centre away from the Atlantic coast. It continued northeast with winds of 48 knots out into the Atlantic and out of the response zone. As it tracked through Atlantic Canada the storm reached a maximum wind speed of 60 knots, with an mslp of 987 millibar
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