Archive | July 24, 2013

Weak Disturbance Spreading Heavy Showers Across SE Asia.

We’re still monitoring the progress of a tropical disturbance in the South China Sea–Invest 98W–about 455 km southwest of Hong Kong. ¬†While the system shows no significant threat toward development, the main cause of worry will be heavy showers and thunderstorms over portions of Laos, Vietnam, and southern China… a locations still battling from precipitation from tropical cyclones earlier in the month.

A short discussion about the disturbance is available in today’s Worldwide Tropical Outlook… starting after 7:20 in the video.

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