The decade is not done yet in the tropics as the Western Pacific has produced another typhoon, this time in the form of Phanfone (also named Ursula per PAGASA). Phanfone, now a Category 2 typhoon (Category 3 per Force Thirteen’s estimates), had made it’s initial landfall in the Central Philippines
In the midst of the days leading up to Thanksgiving, Tropical Storm Sebastien formed a few days ago and has managed to sustain itself despite being predicted to become frontal long before today and is currently approaching the Azores currently at a fast pace. Tropical Storm Sebastien Approaches the Azores
Tropical Storm Kalmeagi (Named Ramon by PAGASA) has formed near the Philippines today and will likely remain below Typhoon intensity, at least within the current forecast window. It is expected to head North before transitioning to a Westward motion later this week, likely to miss a direct landfall in Luzon.
Two cyclones have formed today, both threatening land. The first of which, undesignated by the JTWC, but is likely a Tropical Storm, has been designated by the Indian Meteorological Department (IMD) as a Depression and could go on to effect Oman as a Very Severe Tropical Cyclone. On the other
A mere two days after Typhoon Hagibis became yet another storm to affect Japan, a system now known as Potential Tropical Cyclone Seventeen-E formed yesterday and has neared the Mexican Coastline. The possibility does still exist for the system to become a fully tropical cyclone though chances have decreased from