Potential new typhoon system may be developing over Pacific Ocean

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April 2015MANILA The Philippine Atmospheric, Geophysical and Astronomical Services Administration (Pagasa) is monitoring another weather disturbance which could further intensify into a typhoon. As of Monday morning, forecast tracks showed that tropical storm “Haishen” (International name) remains almost stationary over Pacific Ocean near Micronesia. The Japan Meteorological Agency said the storm has maximum sustained winds of more than 60 kilometers per hour and gustiness of up to 90 kilometers per hour. Glaiza Escullar, weather forecaster of Pagasa, said Haishen may further intensify and become the fourth storm from the Pacific Ocean to reach typhoon category this year — following Mekkhala (Amang), Bavi (Betty), and Maysak (Chedeng).
She said Haishen remains too far from the country and still has a low chance of entering the Philippine Area of Responsibility (PAR), but its track may still change depending on the movement of the North Pacific High Pressure System or the high pressure area near Japan. Should Haishen changes track and enters PAR, it will be named “Dodong” — the country’s fourth storm in 2015. –IA
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One Response to Potential new typhoon system may be developing over Pacific Ocean

  1. Irene C says:

    While hibernating through the typical Ohio winter, I spent some time tracking some of these typhoons through the Joint Hurricane Warning Center and other local outlets. It was interesting to follow. Now I’ll be back to tracking the severe weather here in the U.S. as it is beginning to ramp up in the Plains, Southeast, and Midwest. If any of your readers are in any of these areas, stay tuned to your local forecast, keep your NOAA radio close by, and stay weather aware at all times. If things come together, this week could have a major outbreak. Just a heads-up.


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