NASA’s Aqua satellite gathered information about water haze on Tropical Depression 06E after passing over the Eastern Pacific Ocean. The spacecraft found out that the 06E Tropical Depression had turned into a trench. A trough is an extended region that has low pressure.
Aqua satellite soared over the remains of Tropical depression 06E on July 14 at 4:50 p.p. EDT (2050 UTC). The Moderate Resolution Imaging Spectroradiometer (MODIS), an instrument onboard of Aqua satellite, gathered humidity data as well as temperature figures. According to findings collected by MODIS, few concentrations of humidity and the circulation made a way into the trench.
Weather forecasters can formulate a potential storm from the data obtained from the study of water vapor. Humidity produces suppressed heat as it condenses slowly back into the liquid state. The liquid formed then becomes clouds and thunderstorms, which form the tropical cyclone. Temperature is a more vital factor here in an attempt to comprehend the strength of storms. If the clouds concentrate more on the top, the resulting winds will be colder and of high potency.
When the Aqua satellite soared again at 5 p.m. EDT, the National Hurricane Center (NHC) stated that the movement of the tropical depression was not closed anymore with light and inconsistent winds on the southern part. For that reason, the coordination no longer agrees to the criteria of a tropical cyclone.
On July 14, National Hurricane Center (NHC) announced their last advisory concerning Tropical Depression 06E. During that time (5 p.m. EDT), the remains of 06E were identified to be next to latitude 18.2 degrees north and longitude 118.0 degrees west, which is approximately 615 miles on the west-southwest of Baja, California, Mexico. The most significant limitation of persistent winds was about 30 mph (45 kph), and the approximated lowest amount of pressure was 1008 millibars.
The remains created minimum shower activity. The National Hurricane Center stated that the linked convection might vary for another day until the trench goes over colder waters.
Aqua satellite of NASA is among the fleets of NASA satellites, which provide information concerning hurricane examinations.
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