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Tropical Cyclone Report

Tropical Depression Fourteen-E

3 - 4 October 2001

Jack Beven
National Hurricane Center
24 October 2001

A small swirl of low clouds developed along the Intertropical Convergence Zone well to the south-southwest of Baja California on 30 September. The swirl moved westward with little development until 2 October when it started to generate convection. Satellite intensity estimates indicate the system became a tropical depression near 0000 UTC 3 October about 800 n mi southwest of the southern tip of Baja California (Table 1). The convection did not persist as the system moved westward to west-northwestward, and the cyclone dissipated early on 4 October about 900 n mi southwest of the southern tip of Baja California. The remnant low cloud swirl continued westward for another 24-36 h before dissipating completely.

Table 1: Best track for Tropical Depression Fourteen-E, 3 - 4 October 2001.
Wind Speed
Lat. (°N)Lon. (°W)
03 / 000013.7120.3100925tropical depression
03 / 060013.8121.2100830"
03 / 120014.0121.8100830"
03 / 180014.3122.4100930"
04 / 000014.7123.0101025"
04 / 0600dissipated
03 / 060013.8121.2100830minimum pressure


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