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Tropical Storm ‘Bebeng’ Targets Philippines

Posted by feww on May 7, 2011

Heavy Rains, Floodings and Mudslides Expected as TS Three (‘Bebeng’) Targets Luzon and Visayas in the Philippines 

2011/2012 Could Prove the Worst Year Ever for the Philippines: FIRE-EARTH 

Based on FIRE-EARTH models, the Moderators believe extreme weather and tectonics events in  the 2011-2012 period could cause large scale devastation in the Philippines islands.

Tropical Cyclone 3 has become become considerably more organized since 3 hours earlier (below image).

Click images to enlarge. Vis/IR satellite image. Source: CIMSS

Latest Details at 10:00 am local time (Source: Dost Pagasa)
Position: 12.7°N, 126.4°E
Location:  180 km East Catarman, Northern Samar
Maximum wind speeds: 55 km/h near the center
Movement: Tracking NW at 13 km/h

Global Disasters

Updated at 06:03UTC on May 7, 2011

One Response to “Tropical Storm ‘Bebeng’ Targets Philippines”

  1. tg said

    [Based on what data/model/assumption are you asserting that? Moderator]

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