The system moved westward with no signs of development until September 1, when an upper level low to its north across the Gulf of Mexico caused an area of thunderstorms to form just south of the Mexican coastline. A surface low formed, and the system was considered well-enough organized to be a tropical depression, the second of the season, while located southeast of,A weak front generated a low pressure system that organized into a,The 1984 season's first named storm occurred later than usual, forming on August 28. No names were retired, so the same list of names was used again in the,From Infogalactic: the planetary knowledge core,"Subtropical Storm One Preliminary Report","Tropical Storm Cesar Preliminary Report","Hurricane Hortense Preliminary Report #1","Atlantic basin Comparison of Original and Revised HURDAT",National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration,"Background information: the North Atlantic Hurricane Season","Tropical Depression One – June 12–17, 1984","New Tropical Depression Forms In Gulf Of Mexico","Tropical Depression Two — June 16–20, 1984","Storm Weakens In Caribbean Two Fishermen Missing After Ignoring Warnings","Subtropical Storm One: 18–21 August 1984","Tropical Storm Arthur: 28 August to 5 September 1984","Atlantic hurricane best track (HURDAT version 2)","Tropical Depression Seven — September 1–8, 1984","Preliminary Report: Tropical Storm Edouard – 13 to 15 September 1984","The Deadliest Atlantic Tropical Cyclones",10.1175/1520-0493(1985)113<1228:ahso>2.0.co;2,"Preliminary Report: Tropical Storm Isidore – 25 September to 1 October 1984","Preliminary Report: Hurricane Josephine – 7 to 21 October 1984","Hurricane Josephine scaring mariners now","Hurricane Josephine moves away from land","Tropical Depression: October 25–29, 1984","Hurricane Klaus Preliminary Report Page One","Hurricane Klaus Preliminary Report Page Two","Tropical Cyclone Report: Hurricane Epsilon","Hurricane Lili Preliminary Report Page 1","Hurricane Lili Preliminary Report Page 2",U.S. Rainfall information for tropical cyclones from 1984,https://infogalactic.com/w/index.php?title=1984_Atlantic_hurricane_season&oldid=1648900,Pages with citations using unsupported parameters,Articles which contain graphical timelines,Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License,About Infogalactic: the planetary knowledge core. The depression moved north-northwest into northeast Mexico on the afternoon of September 7, dissipating completely on September 8.Damage estimates were set at $65.5 million. Hurricane Diana was the fourth tropical storm, the first hurricane, and the strongest storm of the 1984 Atlantic Hurricane Season. Hurricane Josephine October 1984 STS-41-G (2).jpg 590 × 458; 210 KB Hurricane Josephine October 1984 STS-41-G.jpg 590 × 458; 228 KB Hurricane Klaus (1984… Upon becoming a tropical storm, Klaus was located in an area of 29 mph (47 km/h) of wind shear, although concurrently it was located over warm water temperatures of 83.1 °F (28.4 °C).Klaus continued tracking just north of the Lesser Antilles, and after continuing to deteriorate from the wind shear, the cyclone weakened to a tropical depression on October 8 to the north of,Shortly after Klaus attained tropical storm status early on October 4, a,Hurricane Klaus dropped moderate to heavy rainfall across the,The rainfall resulted in severe flooding on,This article is about the 1990 hurricane. Visit Sandy Ground Beach in Anguilla for the dive of a lifetime. There are no maps available for this storm.We recognize our responsibility to use data and technology for good. Just It drifted northwestward, and quickly intensified to attain hurricane status on October 5. On the afternoon of September 16 the depression attained tropical storm strength, and it was given the name Fran. Moving westward, the depression moved into St. Augustine, causing a total of 5.02 inches (128 mm) of rainfall at,An upper level low moving across the southern Gulf of Mexico spawned an area of thunderstorm activity over the Mexican isthmus on June 16. A better defined surface low developed on the 5th and 6th, spawning the 15th tropical depression of the season. A broad low pressure area developed over the extreme southeast Caribbean Sea on November 1st. For the 1984 hurricane, see,Hurricane Klaus at peak intensity over the,List of North Carolina hurricanes (1980–1999),"Upper-Level Eddy Angular Momentum Fluxes and Tropical Cyclone Intensity Changes","Further Evaluation of the Quasi-Lagrangian Model's Forecast Track Guidance","Hurricane Klaus Preliminary Report (Page 2)","Hurricane Klaus Preliminary Report (Page 5)","Klaus Weakens, Moves Over Open Atlantic Waters","Tropical Systems Affecting the U.S. Virgin Islands 1989-1999 as Compared to Hurricane Hugo","Rainfall Summary for Tropical Storm Marco/Hurricane Klaus",NHC Klaus Preliminary Report (gif format),https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Hurricane_Klaus&oldid=968649227,1990 natural disasters in the United States,Articles with dead external links from September 2010,Articles with dead external links from August 2018,Articles with permanently dead external links,Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License. Desc: Hurricane Klaus was a minimal Atlantic hurricane that dropped heavy rainfall across the Lesser Antilles in October 1990.