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Tropical Depression Fourteen was a tropical depression that did not reach tropical storm status during the 2003 Atlantic hurricane season. The depression formed on September 8 from a tropical wave. The depression dissipated on September 10 in the open Atlantic Ocean, never affecting land.

Satellite image of TD14
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FormationSeptember 8, 2003
Dissipation September 10, 2003
Highest winds 35 mph
Lowest pressure 1007 mbar
Deaths None reported
Damages None
Areas affectedNone
Part of the 2003 Atlantic hurricane season

Meteorological History

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On September 6, a tropical wave exited the coast of Africa and began to head westward across the Atlantic Ocean. Almost immediately, the wave was accompanied by a broad surface circulation. By September 8, the wave had gained enough organization to be classified as Tropical Depression Fourteen while located 250 miles southeast of the southernmost Cape Verde Islands. After developing, the depression moved west-southwestward. Shortly thereafter though, the cyclone began to accelerate to the north-northwest, due to the influence of an upper-level low that dropped down to the west of the depression. Under the influence of southerly wind shear, the convection associated with the cyclone became removed from the low-level circulation center and the circulation also began to become elongated. On September 10, the depression dissipated over the western Cape Verde Islands.

See Also

2003 Atlantic hurricane season

References

http://www.nhc.noaa.gov/2003fourteen.shtml?

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_storms_in_the_2003_Atlantic_hurricane_season

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