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Daily Archive: February 3, 2011

Feb
03
2011

Tropical Cyclone Activity Report – PM – Pacific / Indian Oceans

Tropical cyclone 22W (Nalgae) is active over the South China Sea…located approximately 340 NM east-southeast of Hanoi, Vietnam (Weakening tropical storm…40 knot sustained winds)   Eastern North Pacific There are no current tropical cyclones TROPICAL WEATHER OUTLOOK NWS NATIONAL HURRICANE CENTER MIAMI FL 5PM PDT MON OCTOBER 3, 2011 DISORGANIZED SHOWERS AND A FEW THUNDERSTORMS …

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Feb
03
2011

Hawaii Weather Overview

PDC Atlas Map with TRMM precipitation

EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT:  The trade winds are on the rise in terms of strength, which will hold steady in the rather strong gusty realms through Thursday or so. This has sparked a small craft wind advisory over those windiest coastal and channel waters in Maui County and the Big Island. As the high pressure area now …

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Feb
03
2011

Tropical Cyclone Activity Report – AM – Pacific / Indian Oceans

TS Nalgae

Tropical cyclone 22W (Nalgae) is active over the South China Sea…located approximately 460 NM east-southeast of Hanoi, Vietnam (Tropical storm…45 knot sustained winds) PDC Global Hazard Atlas Eastern North Pacific There are no current tropical cyclones TROPICAL WEATHER OUTLOOK NWS NATIONAL HURRICANE CENTER MIAMI FL 11AM PDT MON OCTOBER 3, 2011 A BROAD AREA OF …

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Feb
03
2011

Tropical Cyclone Activity Report – Atlantic / Caribbean / Gulf of Mexico

Philippe-Ophelia

Tropical cyclone 17L (Philippe) is active in the Atlantic Ocean…located approximately 750 miles southeast of Bermuda…sustained winds of 65 mph) Tropical cyclone 16L (Ophelia) is dissipating in the Atlantic Ocean…located approximately 200 miles northeast of Cape Race, Newfoundland (Dissipating tropical system…60 mph sustained winds) – Final advisory   Tropical Weather Outlook NWS TPC/NATIONAL HURRICANE CENTER …

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