Pacific Ocean Tropical Depression Calvin Named

Tropical Depression Calvin

The National Hurricane Center is issuing advisories on Tropical Depression Calvin, located inland over southern Mexico just north-northeast of Puerto Angel, Mexico. This is the same location Tropical Storm Beatriz hit earlier this year.  Cruise Ship Weather Satellite View

Tropical Depression Calvin is the third named storm of the Pacific Northeast Tropical Storm season.

Tropical Storm Adrian

A broad cyclonic circulation began to develop as expected late on May 7. It became the season’s first tropical depression on May 9. The storm was 545 mi south-southeast of Salina Cruz, Mexico. The depression became the earliest-forming East Pacific tropical cyclone (east of 140°W) on record. Tropical Storm Adrian was named later that day.

Tropical Storm Beatriz

On May 28, a broad circulation was observed and it steadily organized into the season’s second tropical depression on May 31 while located about 250 mi southeast of Acapulco, Mexico. The depression became Tropical Storm Beatriz on June 1, making landfall just west of Puerto Ángel, Mexico on June 2.