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Ed DunhamAdministrator
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Bay of Campeche
      #88508 - Sat Jul 24 2010 04:11 PM

At 24/19Z, an unclassified tropical cyclone (probably a Tropical Depression) moved ashore at Cabo Rojo, Mexico, south of Tampico. The low level circulation was evident near 21.1N 97.6W at 24/20Z.
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Re: Bay of Campeche [Re: Ed Dunham]
      #88510 - Sat Jul 24 2010 06:53 PM

I am still noticing a flare up of convection in the area you have pointed out. There looks to be spin right along the coast drifting slowly northward, likely being pulled by the large upper-low to the north. Could it move back into the GOM
by rounding the base of the upper-low, or not?


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Re: Bay of Campeche [Re: WesnWylie]
      #88511 - Sat Jul 24 2010 07:26 PM

No, not very likely. At 24/23Z the center had moved inland near 20.9N 98.5W.
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Re: Bay of Campeche [Re: Ed Dunham]
      #88515 - Sat Jul 24 2010 09:13 PM

Center still weakly defined near 21.2N 99.0W at 25/01Z. With the center well inland, further development in this area is nil.
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Re: Bay of Campeche [Re: WesnWylie]
      #88522 - Sun Jul 25 2010 02:24 PM

It turns out that you were correct. During the night the low center drifted back to the east and at 25/12Z it was back at the coastline at 21.0N 97.6W - or just about the exact location that it first went ashore at yesterday afternoon. Wind at Tampico continues out of the ENE at 12-15 knots. The area has now been tagged as Invest 99L with almost no chance of development since the center is still over land.

Added: At 18Z the center has drifted northwest and was over land at approximately 21.6N 98.3W.
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