In the past two days Yasa barely moves, but due to this, it absorbed so much energy and with good outflow, it has started to intensify more rapidly. Currently it is a category 5 cyclone in Australian scale and category 4 in SSHS. It is expected to continue its intensificationRead More →

The south Pacific basin is also kicking off with 2 disturbances, invest 90P (01F) and 91P formed on the intertropical convergence zone (ITCZ) and the former may have a chance to go further, but where will it go is still very uncertain. Current Storm Information Invest 90P (01F)90P was numberedRead More →

While it’s expected that Goni will weaken due to increasing shear and eyewall replacement cycle (EWRC), but another surprise that is a merger eyewall replacement cycle so the intensity didn’t go down too much. Also after EWRC its size doubled, and cloud tops are continuously cooling down. It is expectedRead More →

Surprise surprise, Molave intensified rapidly from tropical storm to typhoon just 18 hours after naming. Its CDO rolled quickly and forming an eye, apparently shown in visible and radar imagery.  The central part of the Philippines is suffering from typhoon force winds and torrential rain, threatening people’s lives there. LargeRead More →

Epsilon is the 26th name storm in record-breaking 2020 Atlantic hurricane season. It formed on October 19th and got named just 3 hours after, surpassing the previous record of the earliest formation of the 26th name storm in a season, established by Delta 2005. Earlier it’s only expected to strengthenRead More →

Saudel peaked as a typhoon with maximum 10-minute sustain winds of 140km/h and minimum central pressure of 965hPa. With a wave of northeast monsoon moving south, it gave shear and abundant amount of dry air such that Saudel weakened substantially, now to a severe tropical storm status. Following after Saudel,Read More →