Tropical Storm Chris
The name Chris has been used for seven tropical cyclones in the Atlantic Ocean.
- Tropical Storm Chris (1982), made landfall at Sabine Pass and caused widespread flooding as far inland as Tennessee, but total damage was low.
- Tropical Storm Chris (1988), caused three deaths in Puerto Rico then made landfall near Savannah, Georgia, killing one in South Carolina; monetary damage was minor.
- Hurricane Chris (1994), a Category 1 hurricane that formed in mid-Atlantic, brushed Bermuda as a tropical storm, then continued north; no significant damage.
- Tropical Storm Chris (2000), formed several hundred miles east of the Lesser Antilles, but dissipated a day later; no damage was reported.
- Tropical Storm Chris (2006), formed about 160 miles (260 km) east of the Leeward Islands; minimal damage was reported.
- Hurricane Chris (2012), a Category 1 hurricane that affected Bermuda.
- Hurricane Chris (2018), a Category 2 hurricane which formed off the coast of North Carolina.
The name Chris has also been used for one tropical cyclone in the Western Pacific Ocean.
- Typhoon Chris (1948) (T4812)
The name Chris has also been used for three tropical cyclones in the Southern Hemisphere.
- Cyclone Chris (1982), one of the strongest tropical cyclones in the Indian Ocean on record.
- Cyclone Chris (1991), off Western Australia.
- Cyclone Chris (2002), landfall to the east of Port Hedland, Western Australia; caused some inland flooding.
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