Typhoon Fengshen tracked an erratic and destructive path across the central islands and nearby areas from June 20, 2008, killing 938 people. Both of them started to interact with each other and the other one absorbed the moisture of the other disturbance. [212][213] During that day deep atmospheric convection surrounding the system built over the disturbances low level circulation, before the JTWC reported during the next day, that the disturbance had developed into a tropical cyclone and designated it as Tropical Depression 25W. As it was named, the JTWC reported that Noru had peaked with 1-minute windspeeds of 85 km/h (50 mph), while the JMA reported peak 10-minute sustained wind speeds of 75 km/h (45 mph). [90] Later that day, the system was caught in moderate vertical wind shear and started weakening. [177] As a result, the JMA upgraded Nesat to a severe tropical storm on September 25,. The Armed Forces of the Philippines, the Philippine National Police, and the Philippine Coast Guard were all placed on standby to deploy to areas struck by Aere once the storm passed. After Tropical Storm Banyan dissipated during October 14, no tropical storms or typhoons were observed within the basin until Tropical Depression 27W developed into Tropical Storm Washi during December 15, due to high vertical windshear and a strong northeast monsoon. [129] After landfall, Talas accelerated north at over 13 knots (24 km/h; 15 mph) and its central convection became significantly eroded and was displaced to the north-east as Talas was exposed to a very strong wind shear of over 50 knots (93 km/h; 58 mph) that made the LLCC very distorted and difficult to pin-point. [23] This intensification prompted the National Weather Service (NWS) in Tiyan, Guam to issue a tropical storm warning for the islands of Agrihan, Pagan and Alamagan. [22] Tracking northeastward, the depression eventually developed enough convection to be declared Tropical Depression 02W by the JTWC on April 4. [27] At this time the disturbances low level circulation center was weak and unorganized, while a minimal amount of deep convection was observed around the system. The JMA downgraded Ma-on to a tropical storm early on July 23 and transitioned into an extratropical cyclone east of the Tōhoku region the next day. The JTWC downgraded Ma-on to a tropical depression on July 21, and discontinued advisories the following day. [97] Later, the JTWC too issued their final warning on the system, reporting that it had moved into a subtropical ridge and was expected to dissipate into a remnant low. [16] The JMA continued to monitor the system as a tropical depression for another day before issuing their last warning on the system. Typhoon Haiyan has caused such massive damage in the Philippines that the effects will be felt for months if not years. [156] On September 21, Typhoon Roke made landfall over Hamamatsu, Japan at about 5:00 UTC (14:00 JST). However, this was expected to be brief as a decaying frontal boundary approached from the west and prompted the system to undergo an extratropical transition. An area of convection spawned a small area of low pressure on the morning of July 9. [75] Due to the southwest monsoon enhanced by Muifa, it caused heavy rains in several parts of Luzon including Metro Manila. Several hours later, Washi arrived at the Sulu Sea and regained its strength quickly, due to slight land interaction with Mindanao. The JMA then started to monitor the system as a tropical depression later that day, before the JTWC designated it as Tropical Depression 04W early on May 20. At that time, it was located near the southern periphery of a deep layered subtropical steering ridge and moved towards the southwest and the winds further dropped to 85 knots (157 km/h; 98 mph) because of land interaction. Not strong winds but heavy rains killed lots of people and created big losses. On December 16, Washi made landfall over Surigao del Sur, a province of the Philippines located in Mindanao. Late on May 21, both the JMA and the JTWC reported that the depression had now become a tropical storm with the JMA naming it as Songda. Last year 7 typhoons and tropical storms hit the Philippines. [39], Two tropical disturbances formed in an area of convection and moderate vertical wind shear east of Mindanao, Philippines on June 13. And also tell us below in the comment if your name is the same with one of the names of the typhoons. During November 7, the JMA and the JTWC reported that the disturbance had become a tropical depression and started to warn on it with the latter designating it as Tropical Depression 24W. As it made landfall over Hanoi, Vietnam, the JTWC and the Hong Kong Observatory downgraded Haima to a low pressure area. ... 2011 - 13:41 PM ... Nanmadol had sustained wind of 121mph and gusts of 143mph becoming the strongest typhoon to hit the Philippines so far this year. [61] In Northern Luzon, Nock-ten poured down heavy rainfall becoming widespread flooding in the area. [110] Late on August 28, Nanmadol made its second landfall over Taimali in the Taitung County of Taiwan and started weakening. The system approached land at nearly 10 knots (19 km/h; 12 mph). It's extratropical remnants finally dissipated on May 15. The system dissipated in the South China Sea, on October 16,. As it moved towards the Mindoro Strait the JMA and JTWC began to monitor the system. [186] Even after the landfall, Nesat maintained vigorous convection all around the LLCC and did not weaken too much when compared to the reactions after the Philippine landfall. [163] Later on September 14, the JTWC issued a Tropical Cyclone Formation Alert (TCFA) on the system reporting that the system could intensify into a tropical storm within 24 hours from then. [178] Late on the same day, the JMA further upgraded Nesat to a typhoon. [12], On April 1, the JMA reported that a tropical depression had developed within an area of moderate vertical wind shear about 510 km (315 mi) to the southeast of Ho Chi Minh City in Southern Vietnam. [citation needed] On August 19, a low pressure area developed east-northeast of Guam. [122] Talas continued to strengthen and by midnight that day, it became a severe tropical storm. Late on December 14, the tropical depression dissipated near Borneo. However, within hours of this, the depression became devoid of convection as wind shearbuffeted the system. [citation needed]. On the afternoon of May 7, JMA upgraded the depression to a tropical storm and assigned the name 'Aere'. But during 2014, the JMA downgraded Talas again to a severe tropical storm on another post-analysis. [196] By that night, wind shear from Nesat, which was moving closer towards Haitang, strengthened and pushed all the convection to the west-southwest keeping the storm relatively weak. Typhoon Haiyan (Yolanda)- 2013 ; Typhoon Yolanda is one of the strongest tropical cyclones that hit the Philippines on November 8, 2013. Information on their intensity, duration, name, areas affected, primarily comes from the warning centres while death and damage reports come from either press reports or the relevant national disaster management agency and include any impact that was associated with the system. [45] The system gradually drifted west over the next few days and late on July 24, the JTWC started monitoring the system as a Tropical Depression. [47] A few hours later, the PAGASA started monitoring the tropical depression and named it 'Juaning'. In 2011, typhoon Washi killed 1,200 people, displaced 300,000 and destroyed more than 10,000 homes. It was located 450 km (280 mi) northeast of Cagayan. [40], During the evening of June 23, the JTWC downgraded Haima to a tropical depression after making landfall in Zhanjiang, Guangdong, China but upgraded it to a tropical storm again on June 24,. As a result, Talas accelerated towards the west maintaining strength and outflow. On July 17, the JMA downgraded the tropical depression to a low pressure. I talked with a resident of Quezon City, the largest city in the Philippines, about the damage. [121] Later that day, the JTWC followed suit and initiated advisories on Talas. On December 13, the low pressure area rapidly intensified prompting the JTWC to issue a TCFA. In Catarman, Northern Samar, 377.4 mm (14.86 in) of rain fell in just 24 hours, resulted in significant flash flooding.[31]. [142] On September 8, Kulap moved into the east-northeast periphery of the Philippine Area of Responsibility (PAR) prompting the PAGASA to start issuing advisories on the system, naming it Nonoy. In September, category-five Typhoon Odette (Usagi), with winds gusting of up to 240 kph (149 mph), battered the northern island of Batanes before causing damage in southern China. The PAGASA named it Ineng on July 17. In 2011, typhoon Washi killed 1,200 people, displaced 300,000 and destroyed more than 10,000 homes. The strongest storm, Songda/Chedeng missed the Philippines by only a few miles. The storm came less than two weeks after the strongest typhoon of the year, Goni, which was a Category 5. Sarika made landfall on mainland China with winds of 75 km/h (45 mph). [134] Early the next day, because the system continued to consolidate the JTWC issued a tropical cyclone formation alert, while the JMA reported that the system had become a tropical depression. The shear pushed convection approximately 70 km (43 mi) south of the LLCC. [53] However, on July 29, the storm gradually regained strength and approached south China coast at Qionghai, China. [200] During that day, while the depression moved towards the northwest its low level circulation centre rapidly consolidated in an area of favourable conditions for further development of the system. [19] After briefly stalling early on April 3, the storm turned towards the east. [230] Early on August 20, the system developed a broad area of low level circulation center and a good divergence aloft becoming more well defined. Heavy rains from the storm's outer bands triggered significant flooding and landslides in South Korea. That evening, the JTWC issued a Tropical Cyclone Formation Alert. Early on September 8, a cluster of thunderstorms came together as a low pressure area with improving outflow and a developing low-level circulation center (LLCC). [105] Overnight, the system continued to intensify and early on August 24, the JMA upgraded Nanmadol to a severe tropical storm. [6] On March 20 the Hong Kong Observatory, predicted that the typhoon season in Hong Kong would be near to above normal with six to nine tropical cyclones passing within 500 km (310 mi) of the territory against an average of around 6. [13][14] Over the next day, the system gradually developed further, before the JTWC initiated advisories on the system and designated it as Tropical Depression 01W. [137] Over the next two days, the system drifted north and developed a well defined LLCC with organized convective banding, prompting the JMA to upgrade the low pressure area to a tropical depression. [92] As a result, the JMA reported that Merbok had weakened into a tropical storm. 10. On December 24, the JMA reported that a tropical depression had developed about 1,768 km (1,099 mi) to the southeast of Manila, in the Philippines. [85] The system intensified rapidly and just six hours later, the JMA upgraded the system to a tropical storm, naming it Merbok. Being located approximately 330 nautical miles (610 km; 380 mi) southwest of Yokosuka, Kanagawa, the typhoon accelerated north-northwestward at approximately 16 knots (30 km/h; 18 mph) with winds of over 100 knots (190 km/h; 120 mph) (1-min sustained) being a Category 3 typhoon on the SSHS. The JMA then named the system as Tokage, as it had developed into a tropical storm and reached its 10-minute peak wind speeds of 65 km/h (40 mph). [50] A few hours later, the JTWC reported that Nock-ten rapidly intensified to a category 1 typhoon and made its landfall over northern Aurora (province) and started weakening. The national roads were impassable and landslides were also reported. [111] Landfall weakened the system rapidly prompting the JMA to downgrade Nanmadol to a tropical storm with winds of under 50 mph (80 km/h). [246] The names of significant tropical cyclones are retired, by both PAGASA and the Typhoon Committee. [159] Being embedded in the baroclinic zone, Roke started its extratropical transition. Haiyan is the 24th such storm to batter the Philippines this year. [118] At midnight that day, the system became sufficiently well organized that the JMA started tracking it as a tropical depression. [103] Late on August 22, the system became more well organized prompting the JTWC to initiate advisories on the system, designating it 14W. REMING (Durian) November 26-December 1, 2006 320 kph Virac 2. The JTWC soon issued their final advisory on Sarika. ANDING (Irma) November 21-27, 1981 260 kph Daet The JTWC anticipated the storm to gradually drift over the Gulf of Tonkin and make landfall over Vietnam with a 1-min sustained wind speed of at-least 50 knots (93 km/h; 58 mph). 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