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This satellite image released by the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration shows Hurricane Patricia, left, moving over Mexico's Pacific Coast on Oct. 23, 2015. (NOAA via AP)

(Bloomberg) – The eastern Pacific hurricane season is starting off with a whimper.

While one short-lived tropical storm developed off Mexico’s Pacific coast last week, the earliest on record, computer models say another one isn’t likely soon, said Jeff Masters, co-founder of Weather Underground in Ann Arbor, Michigan. Tropical Storm Adrian formed before the start of the season Monday, but fizzled out before becoming a threat to people or property.

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