When was Tropical Storm Lee?

When did storm Lee hit Louisiana?

Lee was the first subtropical or tropical storm to make landfall in Louisiana since Hurricane Gustav in 2008. Its total damage was estimated to be around $2.8 billion.

Tropical Storm Lee (2011)

Tropical storm (SSHWS/NWS)
Tropical Storm Lee near peak intensity on September 2
Lowest pressure 986 mbar (hPa); 29.12 inHg
Fatalities 18 total

When did Tropical Storm Lee make landfall?

Also on the 3rd, Lee began to merge with an upper level low and took on some subtropical characteristics. Lee made landfall on the morning of September 4th, along the coast of Southern Louisiana.

Where did Tropical Storm Lee make landfall?

Satellite imagery shows the formation of Tropical Storm Lee in the Gulf of Mexico, making landfall along the central Gulf coast, and its progression inland. The tropical storm weakened considerably as it moved inland toward the Mid-Atlantic.

Has there ever been a hurricane Lee?

The name Lee has been used for seven tropical cyclones worldwide. … Tropical Storm Lee (2011), a strong tropical storm that made landfall in Louisiana, and its remnants caused catastrophic flooding in the Northeast US. Hurricane Lee (2017), a category 3 hurricane that spent its initial stages as a weak tropical storm.

In what year was Hurricane Katrina?

One hurricane (Irene) and one tropical storm (Lee) made landfall in the U.S. during the 2011 season. Hurricane Irene was the first Hurricane since Ike in 2008 that made landfall in the nation.

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When was Hurricane Irene in NJ?

August 27-28, 2011

A Hurricane Watch was issued for the Jersey Shore on August 25, upgraded to a Hurricane Warning the following morning. And then, at 5:35 a.m. on August 28, the center of Irene made landfall near Brigantine, New Jersey.

What year was Hurricane Irene?

For Atlantic hurricanes, there is a list of names for each of six years. In other words, one list is repeated every sixth year. The only time that there is a change is if a storm is so deadly or costly that the future use of its name on a different storm would be inappropriate for obvious reasons of sensitivity.