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Tropical Cyclone Report
Tropical Depression Five-E
22 - 23 July 2000

Stacy R. Stewart
National Hurricane Center
5 August 2000

Tropical Depression Five-E formed from a tropical wave on 22 July, which moved off the west coast of Africa on 08 July, and tracked across the Atlantic Ocean and the Caribbean Sea and entered the eastern North Pacific Ocean on 16 July. A peak intensity of 30 kt was obtained from satellite intensity estimates. After forming, Tropical Depression Five-E was short-lived and tracked west-northwest over open ocean. No reports of damage or any adverse impacts on shipping were received.



 
Table 1. Best track, Tropical Depression Five-E, 22-23 July 2000.
Date/Time
(UTC)
Position Pressure
(mb)
Wind Speed
(kt)
Stage
Lat. (°N)Lon. (°W)
22 / 000018.6112.0100630tropical depression
22 / 060019.1113.1100630"
22 / 120019.6114.2100630"
22 / 180020.1115.6100530"
23 / 000020.5117.2100530"
23 / 060021.2119.0100630"
23 / 120021.9121.0100725"
 
22 / 180020.1115.6100530minimum pressure

Figure 1. Best track positions for Tropical Depression Five-E, 22-23 July 2000.



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Last updated January 23, 2001