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Monday, June 11, 2007

Tropical Depression 3-E

Another development in the eastern Pacific, TD 3-E has a short window (12 - 24 hours) available for development into a tropical storm. Then the sea surface temperatures will fall below the 25 degree C threshold typically required for cyclone formation. The storm strength will continue to diminish and will likely be non existent afte around 72 hours.

The storm is moving northwest and expected to turn towards the west. This storm will only be of concern to shipping interests as it will be steered far from land.

See the National Hurricane feeds in the sidebar for more information.

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