Super Typhoon Haiyan (Bagyong Yolanda) is now moving across the island of Panay bringing strong winds and heavy rains across the region. The storm center was last located approximately 25km south of Roxas City, 60km southeast of Kalibo, or about 70km north of Iloilo City. Maximum sustained winds have been kept by the Japan Meteorological Agency with sustained winds of 230kph and gusts of up to 325kph. STY Haiyan is currently moving west northwestward at 35kph.
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IR Image from NRLMRY
Satellite image above shows clouds associated with Super Typhoon Haiyan (Yolanda) continuing to move across the islands in Visayas. The eye is no longer visible as the system continues to weaken due to numerous island crossings it made this morning. We have also highlighted the places and cities that are still under threat by this very powerful and dangerous typhoon.
We’ll continue to keep you updated regarding Haiyan as it crosses the Central Philippines. If you have any videos or images regarding this typhoon, please share them with us on Facebook or on our email and here at Western Pacific Weather. Stay safe!