Tropical Storm BANYAN / Ramon

Tropical Storm BANYAN / Ramon

Tropical Storm BANYAN / Ramon has speedily accelerated & was relocated farther to the West.It is now in the vicinity of Cebu Island. Large swath of intense rainbands have an effect on the Southern Philippines.
Most of the islands of the Visayas and sections of northern Mindanao are underneath PAGASA Storm Sign 1.

The US Navy forecast

The PAGASA forecast


Sign No.1 (45-60 km/h winds):
– Marinduque
– Mindoro Provinces
– Romblon
– Camarines Sur
– Southern Quezon
– Catanduanes
– Albay
– Burias Island
– Sorsogon
– Ticao Island
– Masbate
– Coron Island
– Samar Provinces
– Leyte Provinces
– Cebu
– Bohol
– Panay Island
– Guimaras
– Negros Provinces
– Siquijor Island
– Agusan del Norte
– Surigao del Sur
– Surigao del Norte
– Dinagat
– Island
– Siargao Island

Latest STORM Facts BANYAN / Ramon

Time/Day: 12:00 PM October 12 2011
Spot of Centre: 10.2º N Latitude, 123.5º E Longitude
Length: 45 km WSW of Metro Cebu
MaxWinds: 65 km/h (35 kts) in the vicinity of the centre
Peak Wind Gusts: 85 km/h (45 kts)
Existing Motion: West-North-West at 31 km/h (17 kts)
In the direction of: Negros-Southern Panay Place
Anticipated Landfall: N/A
24hr Rainfall: 510 mm
Minimum Central Force: 996 millibars (hPa)
Dimensions: 665 km (360 nm)
Max Wave Top: 4m (13 ft)

In the vicinity of real time temperature data is here 

Following storm update about 12:00 AM (00:00) UTC+8

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