Tropical Storm Danielle
Tropical storm (SSHWS)
Tropical Storm Barry 2013-06-19 1945Z

Danielle at peak intensity early on June 21
Formed June 19, 2016
Dissipated June 21, 2016
Highest winds 45 mph
(1-minute sustained)
Lowest pressure 1004 mbar
Damages Minimal
Fatalities 1
Areas affected Yucatan Peninsula, Veracruz, Northern Mexico
Part of the
2016 Atlantic hurricane season
Tropical Storm Danielle was the fourth named storm of the 2016 Atlantic hurricane season and the earliest fourth named storm in the Atlantic on record. It formed from an area of low pressure east of the Yucatan Peninsula and tracked westward into the Bay of Campeche.

Meteorological HistoryEdit


The track of Danielle, according to the Saffir-Simpson Hurricane Wind Scale.

On June 14, the National Hurricane Center noted the possibility of tropical cyclo genesis off the coast of the Yucatan Peninsula or in the Bay of Campeche during the next 5 days. By June 18, an area of low pressure had developed. On June 19, the low pressure area had gained a weak closed circulation as reported by the Hurricane Hunters as it was positioned just east of the Yucatan Peninsula, prompting the designation of Tropical Depression Four. Four tracked westward and weakened slightly over the Yucatan Peninsula. After crossing into the Bay of Campeche, a burst of deep convection took place, resulting in the depression being upgraded to Tropical Storm Danielle on June 21. Danielle intensified to a peak of 45 mph before rapidly weakening after making landfall in Northern Mexico. Damage was minimal, but one fatality was reported.

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