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Monthly Archive: March 2015

Mar
25
2015

Tropical Cyclone Activity Report – Pacific / Indian Oceans

There are no active tropical cyclones in the Pacific or Indian Oceans There’s an area of disturbed weather in the northwest Pacific Ocean, circled in yellow above…which has a low chance of developing This tropical disturbance, which is being referred to as Invest 98W, was located approximately 430 NM east of Pohnpei. Satellite imagery shows …

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Mar
24
2015

Tropical Cyclone Activity Report – Pacific / Indian Oceans

Tropical Cyclone 18P (Nathan) is now dissipating inland over the Northern Territory…located approximately 88 NM east of Darwin, Australia – Final Warning Now Retiring Tropical cyclone 18P (Nathan) is weakening quickly as it continues moving over land Here’s a NASA satellite image of this system…taken today Here’s a real-time wind profile of TC Nathan – …

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Mar
23
2015

Tropical Cyclone Activity Report – Pacific / Indian Oceans

Tropical Cyclone 18P (Nathan) is now over water, just to the north of  the Northern Territory…located approximately 210 NM east-northeast of Darwin, Australia Tropical cyclone 18P (Nathan) remains active and continues to be the equivalent of a Category 1 hurricane [on the Saffir Simpson Hurricane Scale]…then weakening as it moves back over land on its …

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Mar
20
2015

Tropical Cyclone Activity Report – Pacific / Indian Oceans

Tropical Cyclone 18P (Nathan) has moved inland over Australia…located approximately 208 NM northwest of Cairns, Australia Tropical cyclone 18P (Nathan) remains active now moving across the Cape York Peninsula, which continues to be the equivalent of a Category 1 hurricane [on the Saffir Simpson Hurricane Scale]…eventually moving out over the waters of the Gulf of …

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Mar
19
2015

Hazard Highlights

Recovery Operations Underway in Vanuatu; Tropical Cyclone Nathan Makes Landfall in Australia Food Supplies, Access to Water Identified as Priority Needs Food, shelter, water, and telecommunications remain priority needs as assessment teams work to determine the extent of damage caused by Severe Tropical Cyclone Pam, which struck Vanuatu on the evening of March 13 (local …

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