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 →

Two low-pressure areas are now being monitored by the Philippines’ meteorological agency, the Philippine Atmospheric, Geophysical and Astronomical Services Administration (PAGASA), and models are hinting for a rainy week ahead to the first day of the year 2021. According to PAGASA, the first low-pressure area is seen at 14.8 degreesRead More →

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 →