Actually, this is what I was thinking of , forgot it wasn't offcially classified as a TS...
Tropical Depression Two 23 - 25 June 2000 Miles B. Lawrence National Hurricane Center 1 July 2000
Tropical Depression Two formed from a tropical wave on 23 June, soon after moving from Africa to the far eastern tropical Atlantic Ocean and while centered a little over 300 nautical miles southeast of the Cape Verde Islands. The depression moved due westward at 15 to 20 knots for nearly three days and weakened to an open wave on the 25th in the central tropical Atlantic. Scatterometer surface wind data suggests that the depression may have been close to tropical storm strength for a short period on the 23rd.
I remember Bertha very well!! I was on the the east coast then, and we battened down....
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