Archive | August 17, 2012

STS/Typhoon Kai-Tak (Helen) Afternoon Update August 17, 2012

For an in-depth look at Kai-Tak making landfall, please read the article by our very own WxGuy Adonis; click HERE

Here is our latest Video Update on Severe Tropical Storm/Typhoon Kai-Tak (Formerly Bagyong Helen). The system made landfall as a typhoon earlier this morning along the coast of Leizhou Peninsula. Kai-Tak is now moving along the coast of Guangxi Province and could move into Northeastern Vietnam later tonight. The system will continue weakening but will still bring rains across much of Guangxi, Hainan, and Northern Vietnam. Kai-Tak is forecast to move north of Hanoi tomorrow morning (Saturday) and could dissipate as early as tomorrow evening.

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Latest Radar from CMA

For more radar images, warnings, and forecasts from China, please click HERE

Also in the video, we take a look at yet another developing low pressure near the Philippines. Invest 96W could become a Tropical Cyclone in the next 2 days and could eventually affect Eastern Asia. Also, a weak LPA was spotted near Guam and could also develop in the next 3 to 5 days.

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Stay Safe!

-WxCaster PAT