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Tropical Weather Summary


000
ABPZ30 KNHC 011432
TWSEP 
MONTHLY TROPICAL WEATHER SUMMARY
NWS TPC/NATIONAL HURRICANE CENTER MIAMI FL
800 AM PDT SUN JUL 1 2007
 
FOR THE EASTERN NORTH PACIFIC...EAST OF 140 DEGREES WEST LONGITUDE..

TROPICAL CYCLONE ACTIVITY DURING JUNE WAS BELOW NORMAL.  ON
AVERAGE...ABOUT TWO TROPICAL STORMS...ONE OF WHICH BECOMES A
HURRICANE...FORM DURING JUNE.  IN 2007...ALTHOUGH TROPICAL STORM
BARBARA WAS STILL IN PROGRESS AT THE BEGINNING OF JUNE...ONLY ONE
TROPICAL DEPRESSION DEVELOPED DURING THE MONTH.  THIS IS ONLY THE
FOURTH YEAR SINCE 1966 DURING WHICH A TROPICAL STORM DID NOT FORM
IN JUNE (1969...2004...AND 2006 WERE THE OTHERS).       

AT THE BEGINNING OF THE MONTH...TROPICAL STORM BARBARA WAS LOCATED
ABOUT 175 N MI SOUTH-SOUTHEAST OF PUERTO ANGEL MEXICO...MOVING
SLOWLY EASTWARD.  THE STORM TURNED EAST-NORTHEASTWARD LATER ON 1
JUNE AS IT REACHED ITS ESTIMATED PEAK INTENSITY OF 45 KT.  BARBARA
THEN MOVED NORTHEASTWARD AND MADE LANDFALL AS A TROPICAL STORM ON 2
JUNE NEAR THE BORDER BETWEEN MEXICO AND GUATEMALA.  THE CYCLONE
QUICKLY DISSIPATED OVER LAND LATER THAT DAY.  BARBARA BROUGHT
TROPICAL STORM CONDITIONS TO PORTIONS OF THE COAST OF GUATEMALA...
WITH MEDIA REPORTS INDICATING MINOR DAMAGE IN THAT AREA.

TROPICAL DEPRESSION THREE-E FORMED ON 11 JUNE ABOUT 410 N MI
SOUTH-SOUTHWEST OF CABO SAN LUCAS MEXICO.  THE CYCLONE MOVED
GENERALLY NORTHWESTWARD UNTIL IT DISSIPATED ON 13 JUNE ABOUT 360 N
MI SOUTHWEST OF CABO SAN LUCAS.

SUMMARY TABLE

NAME             DATES         MAX WIND (KT)     DEATHS
-------------------------------------------------------
TS BARBARA      29 MAY-2 JUN       45                0
TD THREE-E      11-13 JUN          30                0    
-------------------------------------------------------         

NOTE...DATES BASED ON COORDINATED UNIVERSAL TIME (UTC)

$$

FORECASTER BEVEN/KNABB/BLAKE/PASCH


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