The name Barry has been used for five tropical cyclones in the Atlantic Ocean.
- Hurricane Barry (1983), approached Florida as a tropical storm, weakened to a depression before crossing, strengthened to a hurricane after exiting into the Gulf of Mexico; struck Mexico, causing some damage
- Tropical Storm Barry (1989), dissipated in the mid-Atlantic without threatening land
- Tropical Storm Barry (1995), formed off South Carolina then moved north, making landfall on eastern tip of Nova Scotia, causing no damage
- Tropical Storm Barry (2001), made landfall in Florida, causing two deaths and $30 million in damage
- Tropical Storm Barry (2007), short-lived tropical storm that made landfall in western Florida
The name Barry has also been used for one tropical cyclone in the Australian region.
- Cyclone Barry (1996), Category 3 severe tropical cyclone (Australian scale)
Other articles related to "tropical, tropical storm barry, tropical storm, storm, barry":
... EDT) – Tropical Depression Three develops from an area of low pressure roughly 175 mi (280 km) west-northwest of Key West, Florida ... EDT) – Tropical Depression Three intensifies into Tropical Storm Barry ... EDT August 3) – Tropical Storm Barry weakens to a tropical depression over the eastern Gulf of Mexico ...
... Tropical storm (SSHS) Duration August 2 – August 7 Peak intensity 70 mph (110 km/h) 990 mbar (hPa) On July 24, a tropical wave moved off the coast ... entered the Caribbean on July 29 and gained in organization and convection, and organized into Tropical Storm Barry on August 3 ... The storm affected Florida rainfall peaked at 8.9 in (230 mm) at Tallahassee, and winds gusts topped out at 79 mph (127 km/h) ...
... Tropical Storm Barry was a strong tropical storm that made landfall on the Florida Panhandle during August 2001 ... The third tropical cyclone and second named storm of the 2001 Atlantic hurricane season, Barry developed from a tropical wave that moved off the coast of Africa on July 24. 29 and spawned a low-pressure area, which organized into Tropical Storm Barry on August 3 ...
... AST (1200 UTC) – Tropical Depression Two dissipates over open waters ... CDT (1200 UTC) – Tropical Depression Three forms 185 miles (295 km) south-southwest of New Orleans, Louisiana ... CDT (1800 UTC) – Tropical Depression Three strengthens into Tropical Storm Alicia ...
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