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Tropical Weather Summary



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ABPZ30 KNHC 011605
TWSEP 
MONTHLY TROPICAL WEATHER SUMMARY
NWS TPC/NATIONAL HURRICANE CENTER MIAMI FL
8 AM PST THU DEC 1 2005
 
FOR THE EASTERN NORTH PACIFIC...EAST OF 140 DEGREES WEST LONGITUDE..

TROPICAL CYCLONE ACTIVITY IN THE EASTERN NORTH PACIFIC BASIN IN 2005
INCLUDED 15 NAMED TROPICAL STORMS. SEVEN OF THE TROPICAL STORMS
BECAME HURRICANES...WITH ONLY ONE BECOMING A MAJOR HURRICANE...
CATEGORY THREE OR STRONGER ON THE SAFFIR-SIMPSON HURRICANE
SCALE...IN THE EASTERN PACIFIC BASIN. ANOTHER OF THE HURRICANES
REACHED MAJOR HURRICANE STATUS AFTER CROSSING INTO THE CENTRAL
PACIFIC BASIN. THIS ACTIVITY COMPARES TO LONG-TERM SEASONAL
AVERAGES OF 15 TROPICAL STORMS...9 HURRICANES...AND 4 MAJOR
HURRICANES. THERE WAS ONE ADDITIONAL DEPRESSION THAT DID NOT REACH
TROPICAL STORM INTENSITY.

ADRIAN ORIGINATED FROM THE COMBINATION OF A BROAD AREA OF LOW
PRESSURE SOUTH OF ACAPULCO MEXICO AND A TROPICAL WAVE THAT CROSSED
CENTRAL AMERICA AND ENTERED THE EASTERN NORTH PACIFIC ON 15 MAY. A
TROPICAL DEPRESSION FORMED ON 17 MAY ABOUT 400 N MI WEST-SOUTHWEST
OF EL SALVADOR... AND IT STRENGTHENED INTO A TROPICAL STORM EARLY
THE NEXT DAY. THE STORM MOVED GENERALLY TOWARD THE EAST-NORTHEAST
AND REACHED HURRICANE STRENGTH WITH A PEAK INTENSITY OF 70 KT ON 19
MAY ABOUT 75 N MI SOUTHWEST OF EL SALVADOR. A POST-STORM ANALYSIS
INDICATES THAT ADRIAN DID NOT MAKE LANDFALL AS A HURRICANE IN EL
SALVADOR EARLY ON 20 MAY... AS ASSESSED OPERATIONALLY. BASED ON
EXAMINATION OF SATELLITE DATA AND SURFACE OBSERVATIONS... INCLUDING
SHIP DATA OBTAINED AFTER THE EVENT... IT HAS BEEN DETERMINED THAT
SOUTHWESTERLY WIND SHEAR CAUSED ADRIAN TO WEAKEN JUST OFFSHORE.
ADRIAN WAS A WEAKENING TROPICAL STORM EARLY ON 20 MAY AS IT MOVED
EASTWARD JUST OFF THE COAST OF EL SALVADOR... AND LATER THAT DAY IT
ENTERED THE GULFO DE FONSECA...EAST OF EL SALVADOR...AS A TROPICAL
DEPRESSION. THE DEPRESSION THEN MADE LANDFALL ON THE PACIFIC COAST
OF HONDURAS DURING THE EVENING OF 20 MAY. EVEN THOUGH THE CENTER
DID NOT MAKE LANDFALL IN EL SALVADOR...REPORTS FROM THERE INDICATE
THAT HEAVY RAINFALL CAUSED FLOODING AND MUD SLIDES. ONE DEATH IS
DIRECTLY ATTRIBUTABLE TO ADRIAN DUE TO FLOODING IN NICARAGUA.

BEATRIZ DEVELOPED FROM A TROPICAL WAVE... BECOMING A DEPRESSION ON
21 JUNE ABOUT 240 N MI SOUTH OF ZIHUATANEJO MEXICO. THE CYCLONE
STRENGTHENED SLOWLY AS IT MOVED WEST-NORTHWESTWARD WELL OFFSHORE
THE MEXICAN COAST...BECOMING A TROPICAL STORM ON 22 JUNE AND
REACHING ITS PEAK INTENSITY OF 45 KT EARLY ON 23 JUNE. EASTERLY
WIND SHEAR HALTED DEVELOPMENT AND BEATRIZ WEAKENED TO A DEPRESSION
OVER COOLER WATER EARLY ON 24 JUNE. THE CYCLONE DEGENERATED INTO A
NON-CONVECTIVE REMNANT LOW LATER THAT DAY ABOUT 250 N MI
SOUTH-SOUTHWEST OF CABO SAN LUCAS MEXICO... ON THE SOUTHERN TIP OF
BAJA CALIFORNIA. BEATRIZ DISSIPATED TWO DAYS LATER. NO REPORTS OF
DAMAGES OR CASUALTIES DUE TO BEATRIZ HAVE BEEN RECEIVED.

CALVIN DEVELOPED FROM A TROPICAL WAVE THAT CROSSED CENTRAL AMERICA
AROUND 21 JUNE. THE AREA OF DISTURBED WEATHER ASSOCIATED WITH THE
WAVE MOVED SLOWLY WESTWARD TO THE SOUTH OF EASTERN MEXICO FOR A FEW
DAYS... WITH UNSTEADY DEVELOPMENT. FINALLY ON 26 JUNE... A TROPICAL
DEPRESSION FORMED ABOUT 285 N MI SOUTH-SOUTHEAST OF ACAPULCO
MEXICO. IT BECAME A TROPICAL STORM LATER THAT DAY AND REACHED ITS
PEAK INTENSITY OF 45 KT ON 27 JUNE. SIMILAR TO BEATRIZ... THE
DEVELOPMENT TREND WAS REVERSED BY EASTERLY WIND SHEAR. CALVIN
WEAKENED TO A DEPRESSION ON 28 JUNE AND DEGENERATED INTO A REMNANT
LOW THAT NIGHT. THE REMNANT CIRCULATION CONTINUED TOWARD THE
WEST-NORTHWEST WHILE PRODUCING INTERMITTENT DEEP BUT DISORGANIZED
CONVECTION THROUGH 2 JULY. THE LOW THEN TURNED WESTWARD...
EVENTUALLY DISSIPATING ON 3 JULY ABOUT 680 N MI WEST-SOUTHWEST OF
CABO SAN LUCAS. NO REPORTS OF DAMAGES OR CASUALTIES DUE TO CALVIN
HAVE BEEN RECEIVED.

DORA FORMED ON 4 JULY ABOUT 125 N MI SOUTH OF ACAPULCO... AND THE
DEPRESSION BECAME A TROPICAL STORM LATER THAT DAY ABOUT 90 N MI
SOUTHEAST OF ZIHUATANEJO MEXICO. DORA MOVED NORTHWESTWARD AND CAME
WITHIN 35 N MI OF THE MEXICAN COAST NEAR ZIHUATANEJO BEFORE TURNING
WEST-NORTHWESTWARD AND PARALLELING THE COASTLINE ON 5 JULY. DORA
TURNED WESTWARD AWAY FROM MEXICO ON 6 JULY AND WEAKENED TO A
DEPRESSION AND THEN A REMNANT LOW OVER COOLER WATERS. THE LOW
DISSIPATED LATE THAT DAY 220 N MI WEST OF MANZANILLO. NO REPORTS OF
DAMAGES OR CASUALTIES DUE TO DORA HAVE BEEN RECEIVED.

EUGENE FORMED FROM A TROPICAL WAVE ON 18 JULY ABOUT 220 N MI SOUTH
OF MANZANILLO. THE STORM MOVED GENERALLY NORTHWESTWARD PARALLEL TO
THE COAST OF MEXICO FOR ABOUT A DAY... AND REACHED ITS PEAK
INTENSITY OF 60 KT WHILE LOCATED ABOUT 180 N MI WEST-SOUTHWEST OF
CABO CORRIENTES. EUGENE SOON WEAKENED TO A TROPICAL DEPRESSION OVER
COOLER WATERS AND IT WAS REDUCED TO A REMNANT LOW ABOUT 100 N MI
SOUTHWEST OF CABO SAN LUCAS LATE ON 20 JULY. THE REMNANT LOW
CONTINUED NORTHWESTWARD AND DISSIPATED BY 22 JULY. NO REPORTS OF
DAMAGES OR CASUALTIES DUE TO EUGENE HAVE BEEN RECEIVED.

FERNANDA FORMED ABOUT 575 N MI SOUTH-SOUTHWEST OF CABO SAN LUCAS ON
9 AUGUST AND BECAME A TROPICAL STORM ON 10 AUGUST AS IT MOVED
TOWARD THE WEST-NORTHWEST. IT BECAME A HURRICANE ON 11 AUGUST AND
REACHED ITS PEAK INTENSITY OF 75 KNOTS ON 12 AUGUST BEFORE MOVING
TOWARD COOLER WATERS AND A HOSTILE ENVIRONMENT. THEREAFTER...
FERNANDA MOVED TOWARD THE WEST-SOUTHWEST AND GRADUALLY WEAKENED. IT
DISSIPATED ON 17 AUGUST. NO REPORTS OF DAMAGES OR CASUALTIES DUE TO
FERNANDA HAVE BEEN RECEIVED.

GREG FORMED AS A TROPICAL DEPRESSION ABOUT 600 N MI SOUTH OF CABO
SAN LUCAS ON 11 AUGUST... AND IT BECAME A TROPICAL STORM LATER THAT
DAY. GREG MOVED SLOWLY TO THE WEST-NORTHWEST AND REACHED ITS PEAK
INTENSITY OF 45 KT ON 12 AUGUST. A DEVELOPING RIDGE BETWEEN GREG
AND FERNANDA FORCED GREG TO DRIFT TO THE SOUTH AND SOUTHWEST WHILE
NORTHERLY SHEAR WEAKENED THE CYCLONE. GREG WEAKENED TO A DEPRESSION
ON 14 AUGUST AND THEN DEGENERATED INTO A REMNANT LOW THE FOLLOWING
DAY ABOUT 650 N MI SOUTH-SOUTHWEST OF CABO SAN LUCAS. NO REPORTS OF
DAMAGES OR CASUALTIES DUE TO GREG HAVE BEEN RECEIVED.

HILARY DEVELOPED INTO A TROPICAL DEPRESSION ABOUT 185 N MI SOUTH OF
SALINA CRUZ MEXICO ON 19 AUGUST. IT MOVED WESTWARD AND BECAME A
TROPICAL STORM THE NEXT DAY. FOR THE NEXT COUPLE OF DAYS IT TOOK A
PATH ROUGHLY PARALLEL TO THE MEXICAN COAST ABOUT 225 N MI OFFSHORE.
IT BECAME A HURRICANE EARLY ON 21 AUGUST...AND AS ITS WIND FIELD
EXPANDED BROUGHT TROPICAL STORM FORCE WINDS TO THE COAST OF MEXICO
NEAR MANZANILLO LATER THAT DAY. HILARY EDGED AWAY FROM THE MAINLAND
AND STRENGTHENED...REACHING A PEAK INTENSITY OF 90 KT ON 22 AUGUST.
A SLOW WEAKENING TREND ENSUED AS HILARY MOVED WEST-NORTHWEST TO
NORTHWESTWARD OVER COOLER WATERS. THE CYCLONE WEAKENED TO A
TROPICAL STORM ON 24 AUGUST ABOUT 435 N MI WEST OF CABO SAN
LUCAS... AND TO A DEPRESSION... AND A NON-CONVECTIVE REMNANT LOW
THE FOLLOWING DAY. NO REPORTS OF DAMAGES OR CASUALTIES HAVE BEEN
RECEIVED IN ASSOCIATION WITH HILARY.

IRWIN LIKELY ORIGINATED FROM THE SOUTHERN PORTION OF THE TROPICAL
WAVE THAT SPAWNED POWERFUL ATLANTIC HURRICANE KATRINA. IT FORMED AS
A DEPRESSION ON 25 AUGUST ABOUT 135 N MI SOUTH OF MANZANILLO
MEXICO. THE DEPRESSION MOVED WESTWARD AND BECAME A TROPICAL STORM
EARLY ON 26 AUGUST. IRWIN REACHED A PEAK INTENSITY OF 45 KT LATER
THAT DAY... THEN SLOWLY WEAKENED ON 27 AUGUST. THE CYCLONE WEAKENED
TO A DEPRESSION EARLY ON 28 AUGUST... AND TO A REMNANT LOW LATER
THAT DAY WHILE CENTERED ABOUT 490 N MI SOUTHWEST OF CABO SAN LUCAS.
THE REMNANT LOW PERSISTED UNTIL 3 SEPTEMBER. NO REPORTS OF DAMAGES
OR CASUALTIES DUE TO IRWIN HAVE BEEN RECEIVED.

JOVA WAS A LONG-TRACK HURRICANE THAT CROSSED INTO THE CENTRAL
PACIFIC BASIN AND BRIEFLY THREATENED THE HAWAIIAN ISLANDS. JOVA
FORMED EARLY ON 12 SEPTEMBER ABOUT 550 N MI SOUTH-SOUTHWEST OF CABO
SAN LUCAS. HOWEVER...UPPER-LEVEL WINDS HINDERED DEVELOPMENT AND
JOVA DID NOT REACH TROPICAL STORM STATUS UNTIL EARLY ON 15
SEPTEMBER ABOUT 1150 N MI WEST-SOUTHWEST OF CABO SAN LUCAS. JOVA
CONTINUED ON A TRACK SLIGHTLY SOUTH OF DUE WEST FOR THE NEXT 2 DAYS
AND GRADUALLY STRENGTHENED INTO A HURRICANE. EARLY ON 18 SEPTEMBER
...JOVA MADE AN ABRUPT TURN TO THE NORTHWEST NEAR 140W LONGITUDE...
AND SLOWLY INTENSIFIED AND BECAME A MAJOR HURRICANE ON 20
SEPTEMBER. JOVA MAINTAINED CATEGORY 3 OR MAJOR HURRICANE STATUS FOR
THE NEXT 2 DAYS. HOWEVER...THE NORTHWESTWARD MOTION GRADUALLY TOOK
THE HURRICANE ACROSS COOLER WATERS...AND SLOW WEAKENING BEGAN EARLY
ON 22 SEPTEMBER WHEN JOVA WAS LOCATED ABOUT 410 N MI EAST OF THE
HAWAIIAN ISLANDS. JOVA WEAKENED TO A TROPICAL STORM EARLY ON 23
SEPTEMBER AS INCREASING SOUTHWESTERLY VERTICAL SHEAR ENHANCED THE
WEAKENING PROCESS... AND IT BECAME A TROPICAL DEPRESSION EARLY ON
25 SEPTEMBER. JOVA DEGENERATED INTO A REMNANT LOW PRESSURE SYSTEM
SHORTLY THEREAFTER AND DISSIPATED LATER THAT DAY ABOUT 220 N MI
NORTHEAST OF HONOLULU HAWAII. NO REPORTS OF DAMAGES OR CASUALTIES
DUE TO JOVA HAVE BEEN RECEIVED.

LONG-LIVED KENNETH DEVELOPED ON 14 SEPTEMBER ABOUT 790 N MI
SOUTHWEST OF CABO SAN LUCAS MEXICO...AND IT BECAME A TROPICAL STORM
THE FOLLOWING DAY. KENNETH MOVED WEST-NORTHWESTWARD AND INTENSIFIED
INTO A HURRICANE ON 16 SEPTEMBER. THE HURRICANE CONTINUED TO
STRENGTHEN... DEVELOPING A WELL-DEFINED EYE... AND IT REACHED ITS
PEAK INTENSITY OF 115 KT ON 18 SEPTEMBER. MOVING SLOWLY...KENNETH
GRADUALLY WEAKENED TO BELOW HURRICANE STRENGTH ON 20 SEPTEMBER AND
TO 45 KT ON 21 SEPTEMBER...AND THEN SLOWLY RE-STRENGTHENED. THE
CYCLONE REGAINED HURRICANE STATUS ON 25 SEPTEMBER. KENNETH DRIFTED
SOUTHWESTWARD ACROSS 140W LONGITUDE AND INTO THE CENTRAL PACIFIC
HURRICANE BASIN ON 26 SEPTEMBER. SHORTLY THEREAFTER... THE CYCLONE
WEAKENED BELOW HURRICANE STRENGTH. KENNETH TURNED NORTHWESTWARD 
AND CONTINUED TO WEAKEN AND BECAME A TROPICAL DEPRESSION ON 29
SEPTEMBER ABOUT 340 N MI EAST OF THE BIG ISLAND OF HAWAII... AND
DISSIPATED JUST EAST OF THE BIG ISLAND ON 30 SEPTEMBER. THE
REMNANTS OF KENNETH PASSED SOUTH OF THE HAWAIIAN ISLANDS PRODUCING
SOME LOCALLY HEAVY RAINS. NO REPORTS OF DAMAGES OR CASUALTIES DUE
TO KENNETH HAVE BEEN RECEIVED.

LIDIA WAS A SHORT-LIVED TROPICAL CYCLONE. IT BECAME A DEPRESSION
EARLY ON 17 SEPTEMBER ABOUT 680 N MI SOUTHWEST OF CABO SAN LUCAS
AND BECAME A TROPICAL STORM LATER THAT DAY. LIDIA MOVED VERY LITTLE
AND ON 18 SEPTEMBER IT BECAME ABSORBED BY THE MUCH LARGER
CIRCULATION OF THE TROPICAL STORM THAT EVENTUALLY BECAME HURRICANE
MAX... LOCATED ABOUT 200 N MI TO THE EAST. NO REPORTS OF DAMAGES OR
CASUALTIES DUE TO LIDIA HAVE BEEN RECEIVED.

MAX FORMED AS A TROPICAL DEPRESSION ON 18 SEPTEMBER ABOUT 500 N MI
SOUTH-SOUTHWEST OF CABO SAN LUCAS. IT BECAME A TROPICAL STORM LATER
THAT DAY AS IT MOVED WEST-NORTHWESTWARD WHILE ABSORBING THE SMALLER
CIRCULATION OF LIDIA. MAX TURNED TOWARD THE NORTHWEST AND
STRENGTHENED ON 19 SEPTEMBER... REACHING HURRICANE INTENSITY WITH
65 KT WINDS EARLY ON 20 SEPTEMBER. CONTINUING NORTHWESTWARD... MAX
REACHED ITS PEAK INTENSITY OF 70 KT LATER THAT DAY... BUT THEN
BEGAN TO WEAKEN AS IT REACHED COOLER WATERS. MAX TURNED WESTWARD ON
21 SEPTEMBER AND WEAKENED TO A TROPICAL DEPRESSION THE NEXT
MORNING. IT DEGENERATED TO A REMANT LOW LATER ON 22 SEPTEMBER ABOUT
700 N MI WEST OF CABO SAN LUCAS. NO REPORTS OF DAMAGES OR
CASUALTIES DUE TO MAX HAVE BEEN RECEIVED.

NORMA DEVELOPED FROM A LARGE TROPICAL DISTURBANCE THAT LINGERED A
FEW HUNDRED N MI SOUTH OF MANZANILLO MEXICO FOR SEVERAL DAYS. A
TROPICAL DEPRESSION FORMED EARLY ON 23 SEPTEMBER AND IT
STRENGTHENED INTO A TROPICAL STORM LATER THAT DAY. MOVING SLOWLY TO
THE WEST-NORTHWEST ...NORMA GRADUALLY DEVELOPED DESPITE MODEST
NORTHEASTERLY SHEAR AND REACHED ITS PEAK INTENSITY OF 55 KT ON 24
SEPTEMBER. THE VERTICAL SHEAR INCREASED AND GRADUALLY CAUSED NORMA
TO WEAKEN... AND IT BECAME A TROPICAL DEPRESSION EARLY ON 27
SEPTEMBER. DEEP CONVECTION FADED AS NORMA MOVED OVER COOLER
WATERS... AND THE CYCLONE DEGENERATED TO A REMNANT LOW LATER THAT
DAY. NO REPORTS OF DAMAGES OR CASUALTIES DUE TO NORMA HAVE BEEN
RECEIVED.

OTIS FORMED FROM A TROPICAL WAVE THAT MOVED WESTWARD FROM THE COAST
OF AFRICA ON 9 SEPTEMBER AND MAY HAVE SPAWNED ATLANTIC HURRICANE
PHILIPPE. THE WAVE REACHED THE EASTERN PACIFIC ON 22 SEPTEMBER AND
BEGAN TO SHOW SIGNS OF ORGANIZATION ON 27 SEPTEMBER. A TROPICAL
DEPRESSION FORMED THE NEXT DAY ABOUT 120 N MI SOUTH OF MANZANILLO
MEXICO. THE CYCLONE MOVED WESTWARD AND BECAME TROPICAL STORM OTIS
ON 29 SEPTEMBER. OTIS TURNED NORTHWESTWARD AND ACHIEVED HURRICANE
STATUS ON 30 SEPTEMBER... REACHING AN ESTIMATED PEAK INTENSITY OF
90 KT ON 1 OCTOBER. IT THEN WEAKENED TO A TROPICAL STORM THE NEXT
DAY. A COMBINATION OF COOL SEA-SURFACE TEMPERATURES AND DRY AIR
CAUSED CONTINUED WEAKENING... AND OTIS BECAME A DEPRESSION ON 3
OCTOBER. IT DEGENERATED INTO A NON-CONVECTIVE REMNANT LOW PRESSURE
AREA ON 4 OCTOBER ABOUT 80 N MI NORTHWEST OF CABO SAN LAZARO
MEXICO. WHILE OTIS BROUGHT TROPICAL STORM CONDITIONS AND LOCALLY
HEAVY RAINS TO THE MOUNTAINOUS AREAS OF SOUTHERN BAJA CALIFORNIA...
THERE ARE NO REPORTS OF DAMAGE OR CASUALTIES.

TROPICAL DEPRESSION SIXTEEN-E WAS A RELATIVELY LONG-LIVED TROPICAL
CYCLONE... DEVELOPING FROM AN AREA OF DISTURBED WEATHER WITHIN THE
ITCZ EARLY ON 15 OCTOBER ABOUT 360 N MI SOUTH OF ACAPULCO MEXICO.
THE DEPRESSION MOVED WESTWARD TO WEST-SOUTHWESTWARD FOR THE NEXT 5
DAYS... AND AT TIMES TD-16E SEEMED AS THOUGH IT WAS ABOUT TO BECOME
A TROPICAL STORM. HOWEVER...UNFAVORABLE UPPER-LEVEL WINDS NEVER
ALLOWED THE STRONGEST CONVECTION TO REMAIN NEAR THE LOW-LEVEL
CENTER FOR MORE THAN A FEW HOURS AT A TIME. THE DEPRESSION
EVENTUALLY DEGENERATED INTO A NON-CONVECTIVE REMNANT LOW PRESSURE
SYSTEM ABOUT 820 N MI SOUTHWEST OF CABO SAN LUCAS MEXICO LATE ON 20
OCTOBER. THE REMNANT CIRCULATION WAS ABSORBED BACK INTO THE ITCZ
THE NEXT DAY.

SUMMARY TABLE

NAME                DATES        MAX WIND (KT)     DEATHS
----------------------------------------------------------
H  ADRIAN            17-21 MAY        70             1
TS BEATRIZ           21-24 JUN        45             0
TS CALVIN            26-29 JUN        45             0
TS DORA               4-6  JUL        40             0
TS EUGENE            18-20 JUL        60             0
H  FERNANDA           9-16 AUG        75             0
TS GREG              11-15 AUG        45             0
H  HILARY            19-25 AUG        90             0
TS IRWIN             25-28 AUG        45             0
H  JOVA              13-24 SEP       100             0
H  KENNETH           14-30 SEP       115             0
TS LIDIA             17-19 SEP        35             0
H  MAX               18-22 SEP        70             0
TS NORMA             23-27 SEP        55             0
H  OTIS         28 SEP - 3 OCT        90             0
TD SIXTEEN-E         15-20 OCT        30             0
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NOTE...DATES BASED ON COORDINATED UNIVERSAL TIME (UTC)

FORECASTER STEWART/BEVEN/AVILA/FRANKLIN/KNABB/PASCH
 
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