June out like a Lamb, July in like a Lion?

All remains calm in the Tropical Western Pacific today. But all good things must come to an end though. I believe based on data I’m seeing now June will go out like a lamb but July will kick in like a lion. Long-range climate models and ensemble guidance continues to show increased activity in the […]

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Westpacwx Update 17 June 2022

For my Western Pacific friends, the tropics remain rather calm out there and really look like they will be through the end of the month. The big topic remains to be the Tsuyu front which, to be honest, has been brutal from South-Western Japan to China to even Luzon in the Philippines. This stubborn front […]

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JUNE 1ST TROPICAL OUTLOOK

It’s June 1st in the in the western pacific and what does that mean? Well, not much.. in the westpac typhoon season never really begins or ends and there really is a threat year-round for the development of storms. One thing that does change as we head into June is the chance of re-curving typhoons […]

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