Tropical Update: Tropical Depression One Develops Along Florida’s East Coast 6/30/2014

June 30, 2014
11 PM Update | Invest 91L upgraded to Tropical Depression One

Just as we are about to finish the chapter of the 2014 Hurricane season, Invest 91L forms into the first tropical cyclone of the season as Tropical Depression One. TD One is  approximately 105 miles east south-east of Cape Canaveral, Florida. At this time the depression is producing maximum sustained winds of 35 mph and is move southwest at 2 mph with a pressure of 1009 mb.

A tropical storm watch has been issued fro the east coast of Florida from Fort Pierce north to just south of Flagler Beach. This TS Storm watch does include Port Canaveral. Tropical storm conditions are possible within the watch are by the end of the day on Tuesday. At this time Port Canaveral is open for business as usual.

Tropical Depression One – Spaghetti Models

 

Current GOES-Floater Visible Satellite Image

Tropical Cyclone Arthur Visible Satellite Loop

GOES – Tropical Cyclone Arthur Visible Satellite Loop

Tropical Cyclone History

This table contains the NHC’s statistics for the tropical cyclone from each advisory.

Date Time (EST) Classification Max Winds (mph) Movement/Speed Pressure (mb)
June 28 Invest 91L
June 30 11 PM Tropical Depression 35 SW at 2 MPH 1009

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