The 2020 Atlantic hurricane season has officially surpassed the 2005 Atlantic season in terms of named storms. Subtropical Storm Theta has formed in the open Atlantic Ocean,  located at 28.8 degrees north, 40.3 degrees west, about 995 miles southwest of the Azores. The storm has a maximum sustained winds ofRead More →

The West Pacific never stops, as two systems have formed in the basin. Tropical Depression 24W just formed in the South China Sea, approximately 548 nautical miles to the east-southeast of Da Nang, Vietnam. It has sustained winds of 30mph and a pressure of 1004 millibars. It is expected toRead More →

It’s been now 7 years since Typhoon Haiyan made a catastrophic landfall in Guiuan, Eastern Samar in the Philippines. The typhoon had a maximum wind speed of 195mph and a minimum pressure of 895 millibars when it made landfall. It was regarded as the strongest landfall in terms of 1-minuteRead More →