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PMZ001-140930-
Synopsis for the E Pacific within 250 nm of Mexico
230 PM PDT Mon Jul 13 2020

.SYNOPSIS...Tropical Depression Six-E near 16.6N 112.6W 1007 mb at
2 PM PDT moving W at 14 kt. Maximum sustained winds 30 kt gusts 
40 kt. Six-E should strengthen to a tropical storm near 16.7N 
114.9W Tue morning, move to 16.8N 117.8W Tue afternoon, 16.8N 
120.6W Wed morning, weaken to a tropical depression near 16.8N 
124.2W Wed afternoon, 16.6N 127.9W Thu morning, and may become a
remnant low and move to 16.5N 131.7W Thu afternoon. Six-E should 
dissipate Fri afternoon. A low pressure trough deepening over 
Baja California is producing fresh to strong SE winds in the Gulf
of California today and tomorrow. A Tehuantepec gap wind event
may occur beginning on Friday. No significant long-period swell 
are expected in the Mexican offshore zones for at least the next 
several days.