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Monthly Tropical Weather Summary
NWS National Hurricane Center Miami FL
800 AM PDT Wed Sep 1 2021

For the eastern North Pacific, east of 140 degrees west longitude:

Five tropical cyclones formed in the month of August in the eastern 
Pacific basin.  Two of them became hurricanes, and one (Linda) 
became a major hurricane.  Of the August tropical cyclones, only 
Nora affected land, and it made landfall along west-central Mexico 
as a hurricane. 

The formation of five tropical cyclones, including two hurricanes, 
is near the long-term average for August. The number of named storms 
(14) in the basin so far in 2021 is above the long-term average 
through August.  In terms of Accumulated Cyclone Energy (ACE), which 
measures the strength and duration of tropical storms and 
hurricanes, the season to date is near the past 30-year average. 

Reports on individual cyclones, when completed, are available at
the National Hurricane Center website at:

Summary Table

Name                  Dates          Max Wind (mph)
TS Andres            9-11 May             40*
TS Blanca       30 May- 4 Jun             60
TS Carlos           12-16 Jun             50
TS Dolores	    18-20 Jun             70
H  Enrique          25-30 Jun             90
MH Felicia          14-20 Jul            145 
TS Guillermo        17-19 Jul             60*
H  Hilda        30 Jul- 6 Aug             85
TS Jimena       30 Jul- 6 Aug             40
TS Ignacio            1-4 Aug             40
TS Kevin             7-12 Aug             60
MH Linda            10-20 Aug            130
TS Marty            23-24 Aug             45
H  Nora             25-30 Aug             85


* Denotes a storm for which the post-storm analysis is complete.

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