Tropical Depression Two in the EastPAC
June 3, 2006
It took a bit longer than expected but the low pressure that was in the area indicated to have a good probability of tropical cyclone formation back on June 1 did become a tropical depression this morning. As further development is not expected, the only problems it will cause will be heavy rains in southwest Mexico.
LATER: An increase in convection late this morning and early this afternoon has caused satellite estimates of intensity to go up. It appears that the intensity will be increased to 30 knots (35 mph) at the next advisory (released at 5 EDT/2PDT), which is just under tropical storm strength. As always refer to the National Hurricane Center for the latest official news.