Western Pacific Tropical Update – 5 January 2017

Bottom Line Up Front: Increased rain for Mindanao as the ITCZ remains south of the development area and generally quiet.

Tropical Analysis – 5 January 2017 0300 UTC

Current Storms: None

5-Day Tropical Discussion: The remnants of 94W are currently passing through the Mindanao, providing showers across the southern half of the Philippines. Meanwhile, remnants of 95W have passed through Palau, centered near 135° E. It is expected to spread rain showers across Mindanao for the weekend. Neither disturbance is expected to further develop.

Elsewhere in the Western Pacific, tropical cyclone development is not expected to occur over the next five days.

Until next time, have a great day and take care. -Mike



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