Tropical Storm Chris

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The name Chris has been used for six 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), 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), became a tropical depression late on July 31 about 160 miles (260 km) east of Antigua and dissipated on August 5
  • Hurricane Chris (2012), a Category 1 hurricane that affected Bermuda

The name Chris has also been used for one tropical cyclone in the Western Pacific Ocean.

The name Chris has also been used for three tropical cyclones in the Southwest Pacific Ocean.

Other uses of the name: