Hurricane Danielle

The name Danielle has been used for six tropical cyclones in the Atlantic Ocean:

  • Tropical Storm Danielle (1980) – flooded the area of Beaumont-Port Arthur, Texas
  • Tropical Storm Danielle (1986) – caused light damage to the Windward Islands
  • Tropical Storm Danielle (1992) – caused light damage when it hit the Delmarva Peninsula
  • Hurricane Danielle (1998) – a long-lived storm that caused damage in the United Kingdom as an extratropical storm
  • Hurricane Danielle (2004) – churned in the eastern Atlantic Ocean and did not threaten land
  • Hurricane Danielle (2010) – a long-lived storm that existed over the open Atlantic and did not cause damage to land

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Hurricane Karl (1998) - Storms - Hurricane Danielle
... Category 2 hurricane (SSHS) Duration August 24 – September 3 Peak intensity 105 mph (165 km/h) 960 mbar (hPa) A tropical wave emerged into the Atlantic from the west coast of Africa ... Favorable conditions allowed strengthening, with an upgrade to Tropical Storm Danielle later that day ... The storm sharply intensified and became a hurricane on August 25 ...

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