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Henri formed as a small tropical storm in the open Atlantic near Bermuda on August 16th, 2021. The storm slowly strengthened into a hurricane as it moved west, towards the United States. Henri made its eventual landfall as a tropical storm near Westerly, Rhode Island on August 22nd, 2021.
Henri caused extensive flooding across the Northeast United States as 5 to 10 inches of rain fell in northern New Jersey, southern New York, and eastern Pennsylvania. Henri’s winds left nearly 150,000 homes without power.
In total, $700 million in damages were attributed to Hurricane Henri.
More information can be found in the National Hurricane Center’s complete report on Hurricane Henri.
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The remnants of Hurricane Henri spins over the Northeast U.S.
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Henri landfalling in Rhode Island as a tropical storm on August 22nd, 2021.
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A GeoColor perspective of Henri landfalling in Rhode Island.
Hurricane Henri races north along the U.S. East Coast, on its Northeast approach.
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A high resolution view of Henri’s deep convection with a glimpse at its low level circulation to the north.
The lightning within Tropical Storm Henri as it swirls over the open water of the North Atlantic.
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Henri spinning in the open Atlantic as a newly formed tropical storm.