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An area of low pressure which has been struggling to organise due to shear has finally become the 7th tropical depression of the Eastern Pacific season. 07E has winds of 30kts. The depression is located several hundred miles southwest of the southern tip of Baja California, and just south of Clarion Island. Shear is still affecting 07E, and cooler waters lie not far away along track. Therefore, little or no intensification is expected before weakening and dissipation occurs. 07E has a small chance if becoming a weak tropical storm at peak.

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07E became Tropical Storm Felicia this afternoon as convection became a little more wrapped and concentrated near the LLCC. Winds are at 35kts. However, Felicia is already looking less organised this evening, with convection being sheared away from the LLCC. Waters are cooling along track, and shear is not forecast to ease. Therefore, Felicia is forecast to weaken to a tropical depression tomorrow then degenerate into a remnant low soon after.

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