Western Pacific Tropical Update – 8 February 2017

Bottom Line Up Front:  All agencies downgrade Ex-Bising to a low pressure area. Active Storms: None. Since last update, JMA has followed suit in downgrading 99W into a low pressure area.  Deep convection continues over the northeastern side of the circulation, but strong shear and dry air will prevent any re-development.  I occur with JTWC’s […]

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DAILY WEATHER BRIEF – FEBRUARY 7th

It is the 7th of February 2017 and at least for now the tropics continue to fizzle and the winter storm over Japan will take a little break before turning back on full heading in to the weekend.   North   I am actually pretty impressed with the sea effect snow over the past 24hrs. […]

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Western Pacific Tropical Update – 7 February 2017

Bottom Line Up Front:  Tropical Depression (Ex-Bising) holding onto its convection. Active Storms: Tropical Depression (99W/Ex-Bising) Watches/Warnings: No tropical cyclone watches or warning. Hazards: High surf along eastern seaboards of Philippines and western seaboard of Palau, mostly from Northeast Monsoon, but enhanced by Bising. Discussion: Shear continues to win against the tropical depression this afternoon, but persistent […]

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