Cyclone Tracker

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This page is updated every 15 minutes using data from the Automated Tropical Cyclone Forecast system (ATCF).

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  1. It says invest 99L is a tropical storm because it has tropical storm force winds already but why does it say “tropical storm invest”. It makes it seems like it’s name is invest

  2. Ex-Fred turned back into PTC six
    Grace is a cyclone instead of a hurricane
    Henri is 69 mph (haha funni number)
    What is going on?

  3. Hell no the tracker is broken
    The reason is because it shows 2 Hilda’s, the wrong hilda is depicted on the map as nine-e🤣

  4. Tropical storm Andres is active and it is the earliest Eastern Pacific storm on record. The last one in May 10th And there is A TS! IN Eastern Pacific WOW I KNOW

  5. Tropical storm Andres is active and it is the earliest Eastern Pacific storm on record. The last one in May 10th And there is A TS! IN Eastern Pacific

  6. Wait, Isn’t Ana a tropical despresion and is tropical storm Invest going to by tropical storm Yaas?

  7. How in the freaking world did Tuaktae rapidly strengthen to a Category 3 from a tropical storm in 1 day?!

  8. Tropical storm Andres is active and it is the earliest Eastern Pacific storm on record. The last one in May 10th

  9. For the whole time that Potira was active, it just says that the wind speed are the same and says that it is moving 90.00 degrees at NaN mph

  10. So, Surigae weakened to a category 4 storm and 95S have been here for at least 3 days and have not dissipate nor became a tropical storm

  11. Raise your hand if Surigae beat your expectations.I mean,888 mb!Did’nt you guys go with 190 mph for Goni?

  12. Ok so I have Surigae under going EWRC right now, but I thin it will peak at 150mph early next morning so better keep and “Eye” on this storm. But seriously, the Philippines should watch out.

  13. Lol the color u guys used made me think Surigae was a C3, since I just woke up?.You cane also see a small eye.

  14. How if Surigae be a Category 4?Or 5?Maybe would be nice.I can’t wait!From Eloise in January, Faraji to Niran in Febuary,Habana(maybe) reach Category 4 or 5,April have the Fujiwhara effect from Seroja and Odette,what wil happens next?

  15. I don’t know WHAT is happening but I think that Invest 91S is going to merge with Twenty seven and Seroja.

      1. YES!!!!!!!!!!!!! I NEVER SEEN WHAT HAPPENED WHEN HURRICANES MERGE. I CAN’T WAIT!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  16. Uh Oh, that ain’t good, Tropical strom Seroja and Tropical storm Twentyseven is heading for each other

    1. That isn’t good… Cyclone Tracker is a little glitched for me too but it isn’t with the comments. Can you see tis reply?

        1. Btw now I can see everyone’s comments,I guess i’ll just have to deal with it.Also,I just noticed that 94W and 02W are the same circle!

    1. Probably a similar amount to last year.The Atlantic will most likely be less busy while the West pacific will be average or above average.

    1. Hi. This site uses information from the Automated Tropical Cyclone File (ATCF) system. It tends to break during the Atlantic seasons and we have no control over it.

  17. WTF!!!! Invest 97S and 97S are colliding!!!
    And btw, do you think that invest 95S is going to collide with the 2 invest?

  18. What if we got Jobo and Kanga simultaneously?That would be fun, but it’s probably not going to happen

  19. If it says that Invest 97S is moving at -9999.99 Degrees and at -10000mph, does that means that INvest 97S is stationary?

    1. This tracker uses information from the Automated Tropical Cyclone Forecast system (ATCF) system. So if it shows an absurd number, there is no forward speed or direction data for now. You’ll have to wait at least an hour or so before the data is provided.

  20. Hi, have you noted a possible AOI in the Atlantic of the east coast? it seems pretty interesting, it also has a typical comma-shaped subtropical pattern.

  21. What do you mean by the Area of interest is moving at NaN degrees and is moving at NaN miles per hour? Plus, shouldn’t the Invest be a depression because it has wind speed of 35 miles per hour?

    1. Hi, we were not provided with the motion and speed information that would be sustainable for updates. A depression is only clasified when thete is a center of ciruclation with deep convection, and not when it reaches a certain wind speed. Thanks!

    1. Yes there is an area of interest currently being monitored by Force Thirteen. We are providing updates on the social media platforms as well

      1. These area of interests are only reflected on the daily Tropical Weather Outlooks (TWO) issued on the Twitter platform.

  22. Hello peoples but I can’t tell if you guys spotted Hurricane Nivar at catigory 1 as yet and Tropical Storm Gati those storm are so small and behaving like a giant one

  23. Please note in early December of 2019 there was typhon Tisoy (kammuri) that also made landfall in the Bicol Region. typhon also had a strong wind and rain and made big divastation in the Bicol region

  24. Zeta really surprised me I thought the NHC said a landfall with winds of 70 to 85 mph but Zeta does the opposite and makes landfall with winds of 110 mph just shy of a major hurricane

  25. According to this cyclone tracker, Invest 91W has is a 0 millibar low-pressure system, moving -9999.99 degrees at -10000 mph.

  26. The ATCF still needs to be fixed… Anyway.
    My prediction is that Invest 90B is not expected to develop as it moves over land.
    90W could see some development once it moves over water.

    1. i know. teddy is a 969mb storm, 2 invests west of africa, a tropical depression south east of corpus christi, tx, remnants of rene, paulette, vicky, and subtropical storm alpha in portugal.

  27. Warning!!!
    Hsishen intensified to a category 5 super typhoon!!!
    Haishen is now a exremely powerful, dangerous and deadly super typhoon!!

  28. 11L to become a weak Josephine in the ATL, earliest J storm in ATL
    Things are spicing up in the WPAC, as ALL STORMS IN 2020 have impacted land. Sinlaku, Hagupit, Jangmi, and Mekkhala have all impacted land thus far. Expect more activity in this typhoon season.
    The EPAC is racing against the WPAC in spicing things up. Elida become a C2, and 2 AOIs may be named this weekend. The next names are Fausto and Genevieve. The race is on.

  29. Elida will be stronger than Cat2 or Cat1
    Mekkhala (07W) will land in China
    Jangmi landed in Korea and influenced Japan

  30. Isaias reintensifies into a C1 hurricane, may bring extensive flooding to the ENTIRETY of the U.S.East Coast, from Miami to Bangor
    Sinlaku dies in the Myanmar/Laos area
    Hagupit has made landfall in China as a C1 typhoon, may impact SoKo and Japan
    Invest in Atlantic may become Josephine
    Hanna made impacts in South Texas, almost a C2
    10L was sad.

      1. I think the problem is that the map is using the Asia-Australia-America format, and not the standard America-Asia-Australia format. If you don’t understand, that’s perfectly ok!

  31. 92L expected to become Isaias in the next few days
    Douglas currently impacting Hawaii, may make it to WPAC, first since Olivia 2018 and second since Genevieve 2014

  32. Why is it saying 0 systems active if there is Invest 92L,Hurricane Hanna,and Hurricane Douglas? Please kindly fix the Cyclone Tracker.

  33. Gonzalo has officially been declared a sad storm (Chantal 2013 2.0?)
    Hanna may reach hurricane status just before landfall in Texas
    Douglas still forecast to impact Hawaii
    Wave in Eastern Atlantic has a good chance of forming next week

  34. The eye of hurricane Douglas is really starting to show now I’m predicting a peak of 130 mph and a pressure of 956 mbar

  35. Gonzalo to reach hurricane strength
    91L may become Hanna in the next few days
    Douglas to strengthen to major status before a possible landfall in Hawaii as a TS

  36. tropical storm douglas is becoming a hurricane in the epac and 90L is dissipating over texas, 91L formed and 99L is becoming tropical depression 7L

  37. 90L will not develop
    99L forecasted to develop over this week, may become Gonzalo
    07E to dissipate eventually
    08E forecast to become Hurricane Douglas

  38. tropical depression 7-e formed and potential tropical cyclone 8-e in the epac and invest 99-l might form into a tropical cyclone in the next few days in the atlantic

  39. Fay formed, didn’t expect that… either way 96E has a 50% chance of forming and 95A has a 20% chance. That’s it for me!

  40. Cristina will be a high end C1, 98L will have a 30% chance of forming, 96E will be a mid tropical storm. That’s it for me!

  41. Ex-Edouard to impact UK
    TS Cristina will become a Cat 2 or 3 this week
    98L crossing land, may become Fay after crossing, sources say it may turn and impact the East Coast

  42. tropical storm Cristobal broke the earliest 3 named storms on June 2 and Edouard broke the record for the earliest 5 named storms on July 5 at this rate we might see a season more active then 2005 and have the strongest atlantic storm ever

  43. NEW! Tropical Storm Edourad formed in the open Atlantic, and poses no threat to land. No significant development is expected from the storm. It is headed N NE and soon has a chance of making landfall in Newfoundland.

  44. Edouard moving very fast at 35 mph, may be moving faster than its wind speed, remnants may reach UK
    98L Not very likely to form right now, but once the low crosses the Carolinas it will have a good chance of becoming Fay
    96E will not form
    97E has a high chance of becoming Cristina midweek

  45. There is a disturbance off the Florida coast that strengthened over night and now has gained Rotation and a tropical look.

  46. haven’t been here in a while pretty sure some of u missed me lmao, hmm no storms…

  47. New! Tropical Depression Four-E formed in the Pacific, and is not expected to strengthen to a Tropical Storm.

  48. 96L will not form.
    95E can possibly become 04E today or tonight, but after that its chances of formation drop heavily.

  49. Here’s a thought-last years Atlantic Hurricane season was an above average one. The D storm formed last year on August 24. This year the D storm formed on June 23rd, more than 2 months before that of 2019. Just imagine how active this Atlantic hurricane season could be.

  50. SD 04L looks a bit more stronger now(8 am EDT)-Strong area of convection blew up a few hours ago near the center.

  51. 95L is unlikely to form as it has moved over cooler waters
    92E is becoming likelier to form and may become TS Boris next weekend
    An AOI in the EPAC may become 93E, or even Cristina

  52. An invest in the SWIO, just when F13 is about to release the season animation… probably wouldn’t form, but a surprisingly late season invest.

    1. Tbh no very high wind shear and most of the system is over land-barely any oversea convection is blowing up.

  53. The system near the azures currently has a llc and winds of 45 mph…why doesn’t this a subtropical Storm by now?

  54. There’s an interesting system moving off the coast of Africa that has very deep convection but less rotation though

          1. I think it’s not marked because it’s an extra tropical system. Extra tropicals don’t get named.

  55. Tropical cyclones in 2020 is so weak.Why in January to June only have two Cat5 cyclone?

    1. 2 cat 5s from Jan to June is more than average actually
      The average global no of Cat 5s is around 4, and most of them form in the later part of the year

  56. force thirteen ,why every video of storm is Floater Not Avaible ?Thanks for reading.

  57. Invest 91E has a 70% chance of development in the next 5 days and invest 92L has a 50% chance Ithink it will become Cristobal

  58. Bertha was move so far.It move to south Atlantic ocean(meaning it has crossed the equator).

    1. Just hope it doesn’t be like 2005 or 2017 Puerto Rico and the Bahamas have had enough with Maria and Dorian

  59. thx force 13! now i don’t have to go down the whole page. btw bertha’s not even going to last long, i think it has just made landfall.

  60. force 13, can you put the “leave a reply” box somewhere else, because i cannot see the active system’s stats. thanks for reading the message! 😉

    1. Hi there,
      This has now been fixed.
      Some devices may experience a delay in the changes made.

      Cheers,
      Jason.

  61. There’s an area of interest off the west coast of Florida that has a 20% chance of development over the next 48- 120 hours near where I live

      1. Maanga was a cat 1 on the Australian scale the Australian scale is different from the Saffir Simpson scale

  62. I want Amphan stronger than 1999 Odisha cyclone(if Amphan stronger than 1999 Odisha cyclone so Amphan will be strongest cyclone in North Indian cyclones season.

  63. I can’t think Tropical Storm Arthur will formed.But now it formed.Oh my God!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  64. 91B will be a high end category 4, and nearing category 5. Will be definitely stronger than Vongfong.

    1. Strongest:950 hPa .(Amphan)
      If Amphan not stronger than Vongfong ,I will be a dog.

  65. Invest 90L has a 70% chance of formation in the next two days, which means, as it moves generally northeastward, it will at first be subtropical, then become fully tropical by early week.

  66. force 13’s analysis said that Vongfong was going to be a low-mid or even a high-end category 4! let’s see if it’s correct.

  67. Vongfong will be a Cat 5 and Vongfong will stronger than Harold,91B will be tropical storm Amphan or cylone Amphan.

    1. But 91B, i sure that it will be a tropical storm,tropical depression or cyclone Amphan

  68. BREAKING: AREA OF INTEREST IN ATLANTIC, 70% CHANCE OF FORMATION, MAY BECOME SUBTROPICAL STORM ARTHUR

  69. 95w was a tropical depression and was named “Ambo”, he it’s “Vongfong” explain that!

    1. Ambo is the name given by PAGASA (Phillipiines) while Vongfong is the official name by JTWC/JMA.

    2. Ambo is name of PAGASA,you can see Tropical Depprision 30W of 2019.Then,JMA make it’s the tropical storm Vongfong .

  70. I want the storm in North-West Pacific Ocean,but why not have a storm but 96W form?

      1. Wait to June and July. You will see many tropical storm, huricanes,typhoons and cyclones

    1. 2020 is a weird season.
      first, it is almost not possible to be a category five in April. Btw, it has two cat5 peaks.
      second, it is almost impossible to form a tropical cyclone in East Pacific b4 May
      third, there no storm formed in the west pacific in 2020 until now (I don’t expect 94w will form)

        1. YOU LIVE IN SWEDEN! I AM LIVE IN ASIA.IN MY COUNTRY HAVE 4 SEASON.
          Jan -Mar is Spring.Apr-Jun is Summer.Jul-Sep is Autumn.And Oct-Dec is Winter.Whichmean that you and me not same and Kelvin Har is same with me.Only you is not same,so don’t say anymore!

      1. But…95W and 96W are form and 94W and 95W is dead. Now you need to wait for the storm Vongfong(I think in future 96W will be a storm)

  71. Just continuing to monitor Invest-90E. I’m just wondering if it’ll form or not also does the missing floater imagery have to do COVID because the Tracker uses a separate website for the satellite.

  72. You guys can click the storm icon to check more information on the system.

    -RyanKnack
    Force 13 Web Updater

  73. The latest few GFS runs show a marginal tropical storm forming at about 30N30W in approximately 36 hours from a surface trough currently located at about 30N40W. This is in the Eastern Atlantic

    1. Pam is 896 hPa,Harold is 924 hPa
      But,Pam is weaker than Zoe and Winston
      Zoe is 890 hPa,Winston is 884 hPa.

      1. that is way to low for Winston, Zoe’s is correct, but Winston is probably like, 894mb at least.

  74. Two areas of interest
    1. An area of clouds in the Southwest Indian Ocean northeast of the Remnants of Herold.
    2. Another area of clouds probably delivering somewhat rain on Fiji in the South Pacific (but seeing what happened during the 2018 – 19 season, it might not form.

    1. The cyclone tracker is automated with the atcf data.
      Force Thirteen has used SATIED data in the video updates.
      Herold has just reached Category 3 (SSHWS) as of 06:00am UTC.

  75. On an iPhone it olny gives me the left side of the screen I can’t scroll to the right side of the page

    1. Horizontal scrolling has been added to the cyclone tracker. 16/03/2020.
      Should work on all mobile devices now.

  76. Hi, I think that a tropical depression is forming in the north of Australia.
    The storm have a pressure of 1005 milibars and winds of 24-25 mph.

  77. I think that maybe a tropical depression is forming in the north of Madagascar, the storm have winds of 20 miles per hour and a pressure of 1010 milibars.

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