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Typhoon WIPHA Targets Tokyo

Posted by feww on October 15, 2013

WIPHA Currently Large and Strong

WIPHA, the 26th typhoon of the year, was located about 1,040km SSW of Yokohama (211 degrees), Japan, tracking N at about 25km/hr. [Timed at 00:15UTC on October 15, 2013]

Typhoon WIPHA

  • Time: 00:15UTC – October 15, 2013
  • Movement: N (05 degrees) at 25km/hr
  • Position: Near 27.26ºN, 133.94E
  • Location: Near 1,040km SSW of Yokohama (211 degrees), Japan
  • Max Sustained Winds: 170km/hr [Cat 2B on FEWW Scale]
  • Max Wind Gusts: 210km/hr
  • Significant Wave Height: ~ 15m
  • Source: FIRE-EARTH and others

WIPHA is expected to weaken to a cat 1 storm force before landfall. (Probability of WIPHA making landfall is about 78 percent, as of posting—FIRE-EARTH projection.)

Typhoon Stats for NW Pacific

  • The 60 year average (1951-2010) No of Typhoons: 20.9
  • No of typhoons so far this year: 26
  • Percent Increase: 24.4 [Calculated by FIRE-EARTH blog]

WIPHA 14octUTC
Typhoon WIPHA. Visible/Shortwave IR satellite image recorded at 23:32UTC on October 14, 2013. Source: CIMSS/SSEC/WISC. Enhanced by FIRE-EARTH.

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Typhoon WIPHA. Water Vapor (FIRE-EARTH Enhancement) satellite image recorded at 00:32UTC on October 15, 2013. Source: CIMSS/SSEC/WISC.

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Typhoon WIPHA. MTSAT-2 IR satellite image (FIRE-EARTH Enhancement)  recorded at 02:00UTC on October 15, 2013. Source: Digital Typhoon

More details to follow…

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