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Tropical Weather

Post by VanCitySouth » Mon Nov 02, 2020 6:08 pm

Hurricane Hunter aircraft about to reach the eye of Hurricane Eta to provide an accurate picture of the storm's intensity, which has been thus far mainly estimated. I have been interested in tropical cyclones for a long time, and this is top 5, maybe even top 3 in terms of how horrifying it looks. All I can do is pray with and for the Nicaraguan people at this point.
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Re: Tropical Weather

Post by Coquitlam79 » Sat Dec 18, 2021 3:56 pm

So typhoon Rai is now Super Typhoon Rai again. After weakening to a category 2 after 9 (yes 9!) landfalls in the Philippines it has now undergone another rapid intensification in the South China sea and is currently Category 5. It's now the strongest typhoon ever for the month of December in the South China sea. However it will weaken rapidly as it curves northward and meets the Amihan (dry NE monsoon coming off the Asian content). Warmer than normal sst east of the Philippines and also in the south China sea had alot to do with the double rapid intensification as did lower pressure over the region, less vertical wind shear resulting in more convection, all associated with La Nina.
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Post by SouthSardiswx » Mon Dec 20, 2021 3:58 am

C man come home before Christmas, are you a hurricane hunter now. :lol: another outstanding read, we need your input up here for the upcoming Arctic blast. :D do you need to be rescued down there?
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Re: Tropical Weather

Post by Coquitlam79 » Mon Sep 05, 2022 9:53 am

Typhoon Hinnanmor is forecast to hit Eastern Russia as a category 2 typhoon! Has this ever happened before? If it has I'm sure it's extremely rare. Very weird track this typhoon took (is taking ) missing the Philippines and Taiwan, heading North churning between Japan and China then into South Korea, then out to sea again before slamming into Russia! That just sounds weird!
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Post by SouthSardiswx » Tue Sep 06, 2022 9:49 pm

Coquitlam79 wrote:
Mon Sep 05, 2022 9:53 am
Typhoon Hinnanmor is forecast to hit Eastern Russia as a category 2 typhoon! Has this ever happened before? If it has I'm sure it's extremely rare. Very weird track this typhoon took (is taking ) missing the Philippines and Taiwan, heading North churning between Japan and China then into South Korea, then out to sea again before slamming into Russia! That just sounds weird!
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That is a rather odd but a most interesting track Cmen, perhaps water temperatures play a roll it could be much warmer waters off the eastern Russian coast than usual thus preventing a slower breakdown of the typhoon.IMO
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Re: Tropical Weather

Post by Typeing3 » Tue Sep 06, 2022 10:14 pm

SouthSardiswx wrote:
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That is a rather odd but a most interesting track Cmen, perhaps water temperatures play a roll it could be much warmer waters off the eastern Russian coast than usual thus preventing a slower breakdown of the typhoon.IMO
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Re: Tropical Weather

Post by SouthSardiswx » Thu Sep 08, 2022 12:01 am

Typeing3 wrote:
Tue Sep 06, 2022 10:14 pm
Current sea surface temperature anomalies :
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Yup just as l thought look at the whole north Pacific basin 3rd La Nina or not they better start cooling off or it'll be a wet mild winter.IMO Tanomolies.
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Re: Tropical Weather

Post by tyweather » Tue Sep 20, 2022 9:56 am

Yikes for Atlantic Canada!
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10:46 AM ADT Tuesday 20 September 2022
Tropical cyclone information statement for:

New Brunswick:

Acadian Peninsula
Bathurst and Chaleur Region
Kent County
Kouchibouguac National Park
Miramichi and area
Moncton and Southeast New Brunswick
Newfoundland and Labrador:

Newfoundland
Nova Scotia:

Annapolis County
Antigonish County
Colchester County - Cobequid Bay
Colchester County - Truro and south
Colchester County North
Cumberland County - Minas Shore
Cumberland County North and Cobequid Pass
Guysborough County
Halifax County - east of Porters Lake
Halifax Metro and Halifax County West
Hants County
Inverness County - Mabou and north
Inverness County - south of Mabou
Kings County
Lunenburg County
Pictou County
Queens County
Richmond County
Sydney Metro and Cape Breton County
Victoria County
Prince Edward Island

Québec - south:

Îles-de-la-Madeleine
The next information statement will be issued by 9:00 p.m. ADT this evening with regular 6 hourly bulletins beginning 9 a.m. ADT Wednesday.

Note: this update is to include Kouchibouguac National Park in New Brunswick that was mistakenly not included in the original statement. Remainder of text unchanged.

Hurricane Fiona expected to impact Atlantic Canada land areas Saturday and southern offshore areas Friday.

The CHC is monitoring category 3 Hurricane Fiona east of the Bahamas as of Tuesday morning. This storm is expected to travel northward this week and transform into a large and potent post-tropical storm by Saturday. Most computer weather models are predicting this evolution. Currently the range of uncertainty with regard to the centre of the low when it approaches is approximately an 800 kilometre wide zone (cone of uncertainty) centered near eastern Cape Breton. Since we expect the storm to become quite large, the impact area will be very broad. The CHC will begin regular 6-hourly bulletin updates tonight or early Wednesday.
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