Tropical Storm Charlie - September 21-24,
A tropical wave moved through the eastern Caribbean, and developed into a tropical depression
southeast of Puerto Rico. Strengthening into a tropical storm, its center moved northwest across
the Dominican Republic into the southeast Bahamas, developing into a hurricane on the 25th east
of the central Bahamas. Its peak intensity was reached across the western subtropical Atlantic, where
it became a major hurricane. The tropical cyclone continued to recurve, moving northwest of Bermuda
on the 28th. The storm total rainfall maps below were constructed using data from data archived at
the National Climatic Data Center in Asheville, North Carolina.