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Tropical Weather Summary


000
ABPZ30 KNHC 011436
TWSEP 
MONTHLY TROPICAL WEATHER SUMMARY
NWS TPC/NATIONAL HURRICANE CENTER MIAMI FL
800 AM PDT SUN AUG 01 2010
 
FOR THE EASTERN NORTH PACIFIC...EAST OF 140 DEGREES WEST LONGITUDE..
 
JULY WAS AN EXTREMELY INACTIVE MONTH IN THE EASTERN NORTH PACIFIC
BASIN WITH ONLY ONE TROPICAL DEPRESSION OBSERVED.  THE LAST JULY IN
WHICH NO NAMED STORMS ARE KNOWN TO HAVE FORMED WAS IN 1966.

THE LONG-TERM AVERAGE FOR JULY IS THREE OR FOUR NAMED STORMS...
WITH TWO OF THE STORMS BECOMING HURRICANES...AND ONE OF THOSE
STRENGTHENING INTO A MAJOR HURRICANE.  

THUS FAR FOR THE 2010 HURRICANE SEASON...THERE HAVE BEEN TWO
TROPICAL STORMS AND TWO HURRICANES...WITH BOTH OF THE HURRICANES
REACHING MAJOR HURRICANE INTENSITY. THESE NUMBERS ARE SLIGHTLY BELOW
THE LONG-TERM (1971-2009) AVERAGE OF ABOUT SIX TROPICAL STORMS...
AND NEAR THE AVERAGE OF THREE HURRICANES AND ONE OR TWO MAJOR
HURRICANES. IN TERMS OF ACCUMULATED CYCLONE ENERGY (ACE)...THE
OVERALL TROPICAL CYCLONE ACTIVITY OBSERVED SO FAR THIS SEASON IS
107 PERCENT OF THE LONG-TERM MEAN.
  
REPORTS ON INDIVIDUAL CYCLONES...WHEN COMPLETED...ARE AT THE WEB
SITE OF THE NATIONAL HURRICANE CENTER...USE LOWER-CASE LETTERS...
HTTP://WWW.NHC.NOAA.GOV/2010EPAC.SHTML

SUMMARY TABLE

NAME                 DATES        MAX WIND (MPH)    
-------------------------------------------------
TS AGATHA           29-30 MAY          45
TD TWO-E            16-17 JUN          30
TS BLAS             17-21 JUN          65
MH CELIA            19-29 JUN         160
MH DARBY            23-28 JUN         120
TD SIX-E            14-16 JUL          35
-------------------------------------------------

$$
FORECASTER STEWART/KIMBERLAIN/BEVEN


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