Tropical Storm Hanna - September 6, 2008

Tropical Storm Hanna made landfall at the North Carolina/South Carolina border on September 6th, 2008. Hanna was a fast moving storm causing little impact to the coastal region. Some notable recorded gusts were 77 mph at Kure Beach, 72 mph at Wrightsville Beach, 53 mph at North Myrtle Beach, 54 mph at Wilmington and 50 mph at Carolina Beach. Maximum sustained winds were approximately 58 mph at landfall. Damage was mainly limited to downed limbs and branches. Minor flooding was reported in flood prone areas. Power outages and beach erosion were also very minimal as a result of this storm, although some erosion was recorded on Oak Island and Bald Head Island.

Tropical Storm Hanna - Projected Path

Tropical Storm Hanna - Tropical Storm Advisories

Tropical Storm Hanna - Hurricane Advisories

Tropical Storm Hanna - Projected Path

Tropical Storm Hanna - Tracking Map

Tropical Storm Hanna - Satellite Map

Tropical Storm Hanna - IR Satellite Map

Tropical Storm Hanna - Wind Map

Tropical Storm Hanna - Projected Path

Tropical Storm Hanna - Tracking Map

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