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Record-Breaker Hurricane PATRICIA Continues Intensifying

Posted by feww on October 23, 2015

Updated at 15:02UTC

Witnessing historic climate extremes in the making at the speed of light – we told you there would be interesting times ahead!

SUPER PATRICIA BECOMES THE STRONGEST EASTERN NORTH PACIFIC HURRICANE ON RECORD
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MEGA HURRICANE PATRICIA HEADING FOR POTENTIALLY CATASTROPHIC LANDFALL IN SOUTHWESTERN MEXICO: NHC

PATRICIA packing sustained winds in excess of 320 KM/HR, according to the National Hurricane Center.

FIRE-EARTH Models show [probability= 0.7] Super PATRICIA intensifying further to an “Extraterrestrial” Category with  maximum sustained winds of about 340 km/hr and maximum wind gusts of near 410 km/hr.

10:00 AM CDT Fri Oct 23 [12:00UTC]NHC
Location: 17.6°N 105.5°W
Moving: N at 10 mph (15 km/hr)
Min pressure: 880 mb
Max sustained: 200 mph (320 km/hr)  [could intensify to 340 km/hr – FEWW]
Max wind gusts: 395 km/hr [FIRE-EARTH estimate; could increase to 410 km/hr, probability of 0.7]
Max significant wave heights: 17m

POES Composite  –  (Daily Sea Surface Temperatures – SSD/NOAA)

SST near the hurricane’s projected landfall was in excess of 30ºC, as of posting. See image below.

POES Composite – Daily Sea Surface Temperatures

patricia - vis uw-cimss
visible satellite imagery – image taken at 13;15UTC October 23, 2015. Source: UW-CIMSS

Links to satellite images are posted at https://feww.wordpress.com/satellite-imagery/

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FRANCISCO Intensifying to “Extraterrestrial” Storm Force

Posted by feww on October 19, 2013

Super Typhoon FRANCISCO shifting to overdrive

Super Typhoon FRANCISCO, currently packing sustained winds of about 260km/hr, is expected to continue intensifying, gaining wind speeds of about 280km/hr.

Super Typhoon FRANCISCO

  • Time: 09:00UTC – October 19, 2013
  • Movement: NW (305 degrees) at 15km/hr
  • Position: Near 16.9ºN, 139.5E
  • Location: About 920km South of Iwo To (Iwo Jima), Japan
  • Max Sustained Winds: 260km/hr [increasing to 280km/hr —FIRE-EARTH Forecast]
  • Max Wind Gusts: 315km/hr [increasing to 335km/hr —FIRE-EARTH Forecast]
  • Significant Wave Height:   18m [Expected to rise —FIRE-EARTH Forecast]
  • Source: FIRE-EARTH and others

francisco vis-ir 19oct13Super Typhoon FRANCISCO. VISIBLE/INFRARED satellite image (FIRE-EARTH Enhancement) recorded at 09:32UTC on October 19, 2013. Original image sourced from: CIMSS/SSEC/WISC.  [Image added at 11:30UTC on October 19, 2013.]

Super Typhoon FRANCISCO is closely followed by Tropical Depression 27W [JTWC nomenclature.] FIRE-EARTH models show the two systems could interact, with a probability of about 60 percent, under favorable conditions.

francisco- projected path 19oct13
Super Typhoon FRANCISCO’s Projected Path.  At 09:32UTC on October 19, 2013. Source: CIMSS/SSEC/WISC.  [Image added at 11:30UTC on October 19, 2013.]

More details to follow…

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