2006 Nova Scotia Tropical Storm - Impact and Naming

Impact and Naming

Upon entering the area of responsibility of the Canadian Hurricane Centre, a Canadian buoy recorded maximum sustained winds of 36 mph (56 km/h) with gusts to 44 mph (70 km/h). The same buoy recorded a pressure of 1001.2 mbar (29.57 inHg). The storm greatly weakened prior to moving across Newfoundland, and as a result impact was minimal. No official forecasts were issued for the system; however the Atlantic Storm Prediction Centre issued marine gale warnings for the storm.

As part of its routine post-season review, the National Hurricane Center occasionally identifies a previously undesignated tropical or subtropical cyclone based on new data or meteorological interpretation. The reanalysis of 2006 resulted in its re-classification as an unnamed tropical storm on December 15, 2006; had it been classified operationally, it would have been named Tropical Storm Beryl.

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