Two Tropical Storms

Two Tropical Storms

Two Tropical Storms are presently dominating the north-west Pacific. TS NAKRI/Inday is now north-east of northern Luzon and moves north-northwest. TS HALONG is in the vicinity of Guam and moves west-northwest.

 

Weather 2014-07-30

Storm Knowledge TS NAKRI/Inday

Name (INTL. / regional): NAKRI/Inday
Class: Tropical Storm
Time/Date of observation: 08:00 AM on July 30, 2014
Spot of Centre: 19.5° North 129.5° East
Moving Course and Speed: North @ 10 km/h
Transferring toward: Taiwan / China
Distance from the Philippines: 800 km ENE of Aparri
Estimated Day / Time of Landfall: n/a
Max. Wind Velocity around Centre: 64 km/h
Peak Wind Gusts: 92 km/h
Bare minimum Central Stress: 994 hPa
Diameter: n/a
24h Rainfall in close proximity to Middle: n/a
Max. Wave Height: 4 – 6 m
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Storm Data TS HALONG

Title (INTL. / regional): HALONG
Course: Tropical Storm
Time/Day of observation: 08:00 AM on July 30, 2014
Locale of Centre: 13.8° North 145.8° East
Going Way and Velocity: West-Northwest @ 15 km/h
Going toward: Northern Luzon
Distance from the Philippines: 2300 km E of Virac
Estimated Day / Time of Landfall: n/a
Max. Wind Pace near Middle: 83 km/h
Peak Wind Gusts: 120 km/h
Minimal Central Tension: 992 hPa
Diameter: n/a
24h Rainfall around Centre: n/a
Max. Wave Top: 8 – 10 m
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