Tropical Storm Barry
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The name Barry has been used for seven tropical cyclones in the Atlantic Ocean.
- Hurricane Barry (1983), made landfall on Florida as a tropical storm, weakened to a depression before crossing, strengthened into a hurricane after exiting into the Gulf of Mexico; later 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
- Tropical Storm Barry (2013), made landfall in Belize as a tropical depression before making landfall in Mexico while in the Bay of Campeche
- Hurricane Barry (2019), formed off the Gulf Coast before making landfall in Louisiana as a category 1 hurricane
The name Barry has also been used for one tropical cyclone in the Australian region.
- Cyclone Barry (1996), Category 4 severe tropical cyclone (Australian scale)
| article includes a list of named storms that share the same name (or similar names).
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