Tropical Storm Lowell

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Timeline Of The 2008 Pacific Hurricane Season - Timeline - September
... PDT September 1) – Tropical Depression Twelve-E forms 265 mi (426 km) south-southwest of the southern tip of Baja California ... PDT) – Tropical Depression Twelve-E strengthens into Tropical Storm Karina ... PDT September 2) – Tropical Storm Karina weakens into a tropical depression ...
Tropical Storm Lowell (2008)
... Tropical Storm Lowell was a moderate tropical storm that developed during the 2008 Pacific hurricane season ... The fourteenth tropical cyclone and thirteen named storm of the season formed out of a western side of a trough on September 6 ... It quickly intensified into Tropical Storm Lowell, peaking as a moderate tropical storm ...
Timeline Of The 2002 Pacific Hurricane Season - Storms - Tropical Storm Lowell
... Tropical storm (SSHS) Duration October 22 – October 31 Peak intensity 50 mph (85 km/h) 1002 mbar (hPa) A weak tropical wave located over the open Pacific Ocean organized into Tropical Depression Fifteen-E on ... It strengthened into a tropical storm the next day ... Lowell's convection was disrupted, and its center of circulation became exposed ...

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