tropical wave

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  • It likely developed from a tropical wave several days before.
  • A larger tropical wave emerged off the west coast of Africa a few days later.
  • Shortly after entering the Atlantic, the tropical wave developed into a low-pressure area.
  • Two days later, the tropical wave organized into a low pressure area, due to favorable conditions.
  • The next morning, the depression became a tropical wave with no low-level circulation left.
  • Three days later, the tropical wave developed into a tropical depression.
  • A tropical wave that moved off the coast of Africa entered the eastern Pacific Ocean.
  • Moving little, a broad surface low developed with the cloud mass, and a tropical wave moved through the area.
  • A tropical wave left Africa in early July and crossed the Atlantic without development.
  • Operationally, the system remained a tropical wave until it already reached tropical storm strength.
  • There, it combined with an area of disturbed weather due to two previous tropical waves.
  • Frank origins were difficult to track from a tropical wave from the west coast of Africa.
  • Late in September, a vigorous tropical wave moved off the west coast of Mexico.
  • In early July, a strong tropical wave southwest of the Mexican coast slowly developed.
  • In mid-September, a weak tropical wave moved off the coast of Northwest Africa.
  • The system degenerated into an open tropical wave the next morning, and remained in that state for nearly two days.
  • The wave interacted with an upper-level low-pressure system and another tropical wave that entered the region.
  • A tropical wave entered the area two days later, resulting in an increase of convective organization and area.
  • Even though convection associated with the system increased on two separate occasions, the tropical wave did not develop further.
  • The season's activity was below normal despite average sea surface temperatures and a normal number of tropical waves.
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