Force Thirteen Releases 2018-19 SHEM Animations

Our animations for the 2018-19 Southern Hemisphere seasons are finally released. Some differences exist in official analysis compared to Force Thirteen Analysis.

Southwest Indian Animation
https://youtu.be/xShneF5kBIo

The SWIO Season was above average this season, with a whopping 9 Category 3+ storms forming. The strongest was Cyclone Cilida, which peaked as a Category 5 in December.

Australian Region Animation

https://youtu.be/o02bD8qdla4

The Australian Region was also above average, with Cyclone Veronica in February being the star of the show.

South Pacific Animation

https://youtu.be/xShneF5kBIo

The South Pacific was below average this year, with only 5 tropical storms forming, and none of them reaching Category 3 or higher. In February, Pola was the strongest and final storm of the season.

 

 

 

 

 

Intensities

 

Australian Region

Owen – 85 mph 968 mb

Penny – 65 mph 984 mb

Riley – 80 mph 964 mb

Savannah – 115 mph 945 mb

Trevor – 120 mph 959 mb

Veronica – 155 mph 935 mb

Wallace – 70 mph 983 mb

Lili – 50 mph 1002 mb

Ann – 65 mph 997 mb

 

South Pacific

Liua – 50 mph 994 mb

Mona – 60 mph 974 mb

Neil – 40 mph 996 mb

Oma – 85 mph 970 mb

Pola – 110 mph 966 mb

 

South-West Indian

01S – 45 mph 1004 mb

Alcide – 115 mph 965 mb

Bouchra – 60 mph 990 mb

Kenanga – 140 mph 930 mb

Cilida – 160 mph 925 mb

Desmond – 50 mph 994 mb

Eketsang – 40 mph 1002 mb

Funani – 130 mph 935 mb

Gelena – 140 mph 929 mb

Haleh – 130 mph 952 mb

Idai – 140 mph 946 mb

Joaninha – 140 mph 956 mb

Kenneth – 145 mph 936 mb

Lorna – 85 mph 980 mb

 

As the Southern Hemisphere season animations are finally complete, look forward to the 2000 West Pacific What-might-have-been animation coming to the Force Thirteen YouTube channel soon!

For a recap of the season, see Hank’s article, found here. ¬†http://www.force-13.com/2019/05/16/a-recap-of-the-2018-19-southern-hemisphere-cyclone-season/

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