|Category 4 hurricane (SSHS)|
|Highest winds|| 155 |
(1-minute sustained mph)
|Lowest pressure||900 millibars|
|Areas affected||See Hurricane Fred|
| Part of the|
It all started when Invest 92A was in the Indian, failing to devlop on November 24. It moved over Africa and on November 27 at 5 p.m. AST, it became TS Fred. Fred slowly became a Category 1 then a Category 2 then a Category 3.
Peak IntensityEditOn December 5, Fred attained peak intensity of winds of 135 knots, gusting up to 200 knots, and a pressure of 900 millibars. Then just a few seconds later, it weakened to 115 knots(130 mph) and the pressure rosed to 927 millibars.
Landfall in Puerto RicoEdit
Early on December 6, Fred made landfall in northern Puerto Rico as a 125 mph Category 3 hurricane and a pressure of 955 millibars. It then weakened back to a 110 mph moderate hurricane.