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NHC eyes tropical disturbance south of Mexico in Eastern Pacific

todayMay 30, 2024 3

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A tropical disturbance in the Eastern Pacific Ocean has a low chance of development over the next week.The National Hurricane Center is tracking a broad area of low pressure associated with a tropical wave that has formed a couple of hundred miles west of the coast of Central America and is producing disorganized showers and thunderstorms.”Some slow development of this system is possible through the weekend and early next week while it moves slowly westward well to the south of the coast of Mexico,” the NHC wrote in its outlook.EVERYTHING YOU NEED TO KNOW ABOUT THE 2024 EASTERN PACIFIC HURRICANE SEASONThis comes just two weeks after the official start of the Eastern Pacific hurricane season on May 15. NOAA’s Central Pacific Hurricane Center, in coordination with the agency’s Climate Prediction Center, expects 1-4 tropical cyclones to traverse the ocean, which is below the typical 4-5 tropical depressions, tropical storms and hurricanes.The first named storm in the Eastern Pacific will be Aletta.NOAA EXPECTS BELOW-NORMAL HURRICANE SEASON IN CENTRAL PACIFICIn 2023, the names of Dora and Otis were retired from the Eastern Pacific naming list after the storms were connected to devastation in Hawaii and Acapulco, Mexico.

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