Tropical Depression One was a tropical depression that did not reach tropical storm strength during the 2000 Atlantic hurricane season. It had maximum winds of 30 mph, and a pressure of 1008 mb at its peak.
The depression caused no damage and no fatalities.
|Formation||June 7, 2000|
|Dissipation||June 8, 2000|
|Highest winds||30 mph|
|Lowest pressure||1008 mbar|
A tropical wave entered the Bay of Campeche on June 6. The wave organized upon entering, and it developed into Tropical Depression One on June 7, while located about 230 miles west of Merida, Yucatan. The depression dissipated on June 8 due to wind shear. The depression's remnants produced heavy rainfall and gusty winds over the southwestern Gulf of Mexico and adjacent coastal areas on June 9 and June 10, although caused no damage or casualities.