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Tropical Depression Sarah and Ramon (PH NAMES) 20th November 2019

Tropical Depression ”Sarah” has now been named by PAGASA. The storm is only about 24-48hrs out from impacting Luzon and is rather close to Kalmaegi now located over Cagayan and the Luzon straight. Thanks to their close proximity Kalmaegi is more or less getting pulled north west towards northern Luzon. (Thus Southern Luzon and Visayas […]

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New Tropical Depression Formed East of the Philippines

The Japan Meteorological Agency has upgraded the area south of Guam to a Tropical Depression. This means it is still on track to develop in to a storm system likely this week and impact the Philippines by Thursday. How strong the storm will get really depends on a few factors ranging from wind shear to […]

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Kalmaegi / Ramon Nearing Landfall

One of the most stubborn storms of the year known as Kalmaegi or Ramon in the Philippines is finally starting to drift west over Luzon today. The storm is also bringing with it heavy rainfall for the northern areas of the Island with Cagayan seeing upwards of 300-400mm of rainfall with this storm. Winds will […]

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Possible Fung-Wong / Sarah could Impact the Philippines or not Next Week… What We Know Now

As of the 16th of November 2019 in the Western Pacific there are two active storm systems brewing, Tropical Storm Kalmaegi and Fengshen. Two potent storm systems in their own rights; but today the number one question I have received is about a storm system that has not yet even developed as of typing this. […]

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Tropical Storm Kalmaegi / Ramon Still a Rain Maker (16th November Update)

Tropical Storm Kalmaegi / Ramon continues to struggle under a high amount of vertical wind shear to start off the weekend on the 16th of November 2019. This all thanks to an upper level trough located just north of the Philippines which is skewing most of the storms cloud cover to the north and east. […]

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Typhoon Fengshen Undergoes Rapid Intensification

The Northern Mariana Islands are being impacted by a now much stronger typhoon Fengshen after the storm underwent some rapid intensification over the North Pacific. According to the Guam NWS ” The Typhoon Warning for Agrihan, Pagan, and Alamagan in the Commonwealth of the Northern Marianas will be cancelled by 800 AM.
Winds across all three […]

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