Flooding Continues in Northern Luzon, Remnants of the Kammari and the NE Monsoon

The north east monsoon and the remnants of Kammuri continues to to impact the northern Philippines with gusty winds and flooding. Parts of Cagayan are still seeing heavy showers today with localized flooding thanks to the North East Monsoon creating additional lift behind Kammuri. Eventually the cool air will come in with the monsoon bringing […]

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Typhoon Kammuri / Tisoy Making Landfall

After some rapid intensification just prior to landfall Typhoon Kammuri is now coming on shore in the Bicol Region of South East Luzon. At this time over 3,000 people have been evacuated and thousands more are stranded after flights and ferries were cancelled. Winds A damaging wind threat of course exist with this storm. According […]

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Typhoon Kammuri / Tisoy Nearing Landfall

Kammuri or locally known as Tisoy has slowly attempted to gain strength today but still remains a somewhat disorganized cluster of storms. Prior to landfall though it does still look like a Cat 1 or Two at landfall with the threat of Storm Surge and heavy rains. Some areas as much as 2 ft or […]

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Typhoon Kammuri / Tisoy (30th November Update) Will impact Luzon Monday

The Philippines continue to prepare for what will likely be the strongest typhoon of the year for the tropical pacific country. Good news though today a blast of cool northerly winds sheared Kammuri (locally known as Tisoy) but this will only be short lived before the storm starts to make its turn west towards the […]

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Typhoon Kammuri Likely to impact the SEA games and the Philippines

Typhoon Kammuri is starting to make a left hand turn west today towards the Philippines. Over the course of the weekend as it tracks through the Philippine sea it will move in to an area of favorable intensification allowing it to strengthen to a possible super typhoon before coming on shore in southern or central […]

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Kammuri Passes South Of Guam, Further Intensification likely. 27th Nov 2019

Kammuri blew past Guam to the south Tuesday bringing with it rather consistent gusty winds upwards of 40-50kts according to reports at the Guam NWS. All schools and government offices are closed Wednesday, partly due to the storm and also due to the Thanksgiving holiday which is celebrated on the remote American island in the […]

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