Kimi strengthened more today, heading close to category 1 in the Saffir-simpson Hurricane Scale (SSHS). But it is expected to weaken soon with increasing wind shear striking it. Currently it is bringing some winds and heavy rainfall to the coast of Queensland, and now it’s forecasted to continue its south-southeastRead More →

The Australian Region basin is now coming back with activity, as two tropical systems have recently formed, according to the Regional Specialized Meteorological Centre (RSMC) of the basin, the Bureau of Meteorology. Tropical Cyclone Kimi has formed 6 hours ago, currently located near 15.4 degrees south, 146.5 degrees east, approximatelyRead More →

As of 2:00AM UTC tropical storm 03S, located approximately 90kilometers northeast of Karratha, Australia, the system has tracked southeastward at 45 km/h over the past 6 hours.Environmental analysis reveals the system lies in a marginal environment with warm (30°C) sea surface temperatures, low (10-15 knots) wind shear and robust polewardRead 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 →

In the last 24 hours 02U or 03S has intensified to a Tropical Storm. Its currently located approximately 686 nautical miles north-northwest of Learmonth, Australia, has tracked east-southeastward at 11 mph (20 km/h) over the past 6 hours.Infrared satellite imagery shows deep convection sheared to the southwest of a fullyRead More →

Severe Tropical Cyclone is strengthening this morning on its approach to the Pilbara Coast in Western Australia. Hurricane-force winds, very heavy rainfall, and dangerous storm surge are expected throughout the day as Damien crosses the coast near Dampier this afternoon. Emergency preparations in the central Pilbara and northeastern Gascoyne regions shouldRead More →

Tropical Cyclone Claudia has formed off Australia’s Kimberly Coast to the northeast of Kalumburu, and is forecast to intensify as it moves southwestward over open waters off Australia’s western coast. Claudia is the second tropical cyclone of the Australian cyclone season, following Blake, which impacted portions of Western Australia earlierRead More →

Tropical Storm Blake is affecting the NW Australian Coast including North and West Kimberly. Also, in the Australian Region there is invest 92s which has a chance of becoming a major cyclone and making landfall somewhere near Darwin and then skimming the NW Australian Coast like Blake. Unlike Blake, 92sRead More →