Tropical Depression Fourteen was a tropical depression that did not reach tropical storm strength during the 1995 Atlantic hurricane season. The depression formed on September 9 in the open Atlantic Ocean. It dissipated on September 13 due to strong upper-level wind shear. This depression was the only one in the far eastern Atlantic Ocean during 1995 to not reach tropical storm status.
The depression caused no damage and no deaths.
|Formation||September 9, 1995|
|Dissipation||September 13, 1995|
|Highest winds||35 mph|
|Lowest pressure||1008 mbar|
|Part of the||1995 Atlantic hurricane season|
A tropical wave exited the coast of Africa on September 4. The wave moved westward across the Atlantic Ocean, gradually organizing itself until becoming Tropical Depression Fourteen 1200 UTC September 9. The depression moved northwest and encountered strong upper-level wind shear, which removed the deep convection from the low-level circulation center. The depression dissipated on September 13.