Tropical Storm Adrian has formed in the Eastern Pacific and will become a category one system as early as a day or two as it moves deeper into the Pacific Basin.
This is the first system of the 2023 Hurricane Season for the Eastern Pacific Basin. As previously stated here at Arizona Weather Force, the season down there will be an active one, with a number of systems even curving northward toward, at, or near the Southwestern United States this summer and early fall.
More systems will form as we move through July, which will further make Western Mexico more active and establish the Arizona Monsoon Pattern of 2023, which again I am going to pinpoint as similar in severity of severe weather systems as the 2021 season, where numerous impulses in July and August hit the state.
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