The Western North Pacific continues in a period of heightened activity today as Typhoon Fengshen and Tropical Storm Kalmaegi persist over the region. Fengshen has rapidly intensified and is now a Category 3 on the Saffir-Simspon Scale as it churns over the open waters of the Western North Pacific. Kalmaegi
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.
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
Typhoon Hagibis continues its approach toward the Japanese island of Honshu as a large and still powerful typhoon. The powerful cyclone peaked as a Category 5 super typhoon on Wednesday before beginning a slow weakening trend. It remains a Category 2 system this morning and should continue to gradually weaken
Tropical Storm Hagibis has formed in the Western North Pacific, and its looking likely that it could become a potent and potentially dangerous tropical cyclone. The cyclone is the nineteenth tropical storm of the Pacific typhoon season, and its name, contributed to the basin’s naming lists by the Philippines, means
Tropical Storm Humberto, the eighth named storm of the 2019 Atlantic hurricane season, formed near the disaster-stricken northwestern islands of the Bahamas on Friday. The storm has since strengthened and is forecast to become a hurricane later today or on Monday as it turns sharply northeastward out to sea and
After a lengthy period of inactivity lasting 28 days, the North Atlantic Ocean has finally sprung into action with the formation of Tropical Storm Chantal this morning. Although environmental conditions were not forecast to favor development, a small low pressure system located over the far northern Atlantic Ocean which the