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  6. <updated>2016-12-23T02:17:18Z</updated>
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  14. <name>Jams</name>
  15. <uri>http://www.pacificstorms.org/</uri>
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  17. <title type="html"><![CDATA[&#060;&#060;Special Information for the Philippines - 2&#062;&#062;]]></title>
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  19. <id>http://www.pacificstorms.org/?p=5090</id>
  20. <updated>2016-12-23T02:17:18Z</updated>
  21. <published>2016-12-23T02:17:18Z</published>
  22. <category scheme="http://www.pacificstorms.org" term="Tropical Cyclone" /><category scheme="http://www.pacificstorms.org" term="philippines" /><category scheme="http://www.pacificstorms.org" term="tropical cyclone" /><category scheme="http://www.pacificstorms.org" term="VIS" /><category scheme="http://www.pacificstorms.org" term="weather forecast" /> <summary type="html"><![CDATA[Tropical Storm NOCK-TEN (NinaPH) has intensified into a Severe Tropical Storm&#8230;It is moving west-northwest at about 30 km/h under the influence of a well-developed ridge&#8230; Satellite animation shows tightly curved bands wrap around the centre of NOCK-TEN&#8230; A 21Z microwave &#x2026; <a href="http://www.pacificstorms.org/index.php/2016/12/23/5090/">Continue reading <span class="meta-nav">&#x2192;</span></a>]]></summary>
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  24. <p>Tropical Storm NOCK-TEN (NinaPH) has intensified into a Severe Tropical Storm&#8230;It is moving west-northwest at about 30 km/h under the influence of a well-developed ridge&#8230;</p>
  25. <p>Satellite animation shows tightly curved bands wrap around the centre of NOCK-TEN&#8230; A 21Z microwave image revealed a developing low level eye structure&#8230;  The maximum sustained wind speed near its centre is around 100 km/h (55 kts)&#8230;</p>
  26. <p>NOCK-TEN will intensify further into a Typhoon later today&#8230;  A slight turn to the west is possible during the weekend&#8230; We expect NOCK-TEN to make landfall as a Typhoon on Christmas Day&#8230; likely over Bicol Region or its vicinity&#8230;</p>
  27. <p><strong>Friends in Eastern Visayas / Bicol Region / Calabarzon / Mimaropa / NCR / Central Luzon should be prepared for Typhoon conditions&#8230; Destructive Hurricane Force winds can be expected along the path of NOCK-TEN&#8217;s eye&#8230; Note that there may be flashfloods and mudslides&#8230; Stay tuned to the latest weather report for updated storm surge details&#8230;</strong></p>
  28. <p><strong>Get ready&#8230; Stay safe&#8230; and Merry Christmas&#8230;</strong></p>
  29. <p>Estimate time of landfall on Bicol Region: Sunday afternoon to Sunday night</p>
  30. <p>Estimate time of leaving Mimaropa / Calabarzon / Central Luzon: Monday afternoon to Monday night</p>
  31. <p>The above info is for reference only… Please always check also the latest official cyclone updates from PAGASA…</p>
  32. <p>PS. Normal service of PTCC will be suspended during 2016-12-24 to 2016-12-29&#8230; Sorry for the inconvenience caused&#8230;</p>
  33. <p>2016-12-23 10:15 local time</p>
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  39. <entry>
  40. <author>
  41. <name>Jams</name>
  42. <uri>http://www.pacificstorms.org/</uri>
  43. </author>
  44. <title type="html"><![CDATA[&#060;&#060;Special Information for the Philippines - #1&#062;&#062;]]></title>
  45. <link rel="alternate" type="text/html" href="http://www.pacificstorms.org/index.php/2016/12/22/5087/" />
  46. <id>http://www.pacificstorms.org/?p=5087</id>
  47. <updated>2016-12-23T02:00:12Z</updated>
  48. <published>2016-12-22T12:58:32Z</published>
  49. <category scheme="http://www.pacificstorms.org" term="Tropical Cyclone" /><category scheme="http://www.pacificstorms.org" term="IR" /><category scheme="http://www.pacificstorms.org" term="philippines" /><category scheme="http://www.pacificstorms.org" term="tropical cyclone" /><category scheme="http://www.pacificstorms.org" term="weather forecast" /> <summary type="html"><![CDATA[Tropical Storm NOCK-TEN (NinaPH)&#8230; the last storm in 2016&#8230; is moving towards the Philippines&#8230; TS NOCK-TEN is now consolidating steadily near Yap&#8230; Maximum sustained wind speed near its centre is around 85 km/h (45 kts)&#8230; NOCK-TEN will intensify and move west-northwest &#x2026; <a href="http://www.pacificstorms.org/index.php/2016/12/22/5087/">Continue reading <span class="meta-nav">&#x2192;</span></a>]]></summary>
  50. <content type="html" xml:base="http://www.pacificstorms.org/index.php/2016/12/22/5087/"><![CDATA[<div id="attachment_5088" style="width: 310px" class="wp-caption alignnone"><img class="size-medium wp-image-5088" src="http://www.pacificstorms.org/wp-content/uploads/2016/12/sup-2016-12-22-20-30-300x300.jpg" alt="IR 2016-12-22 1230Z (from CWB)" width="300" height="300" srcset="http://www.pacificstorms.org/wp-content/uploads/2016/12/sup-2016-12-22-20-30-300x300.jpg 300w, http://www.pacificstorms.org/wp-content/uploads/2016/12/sup-2016-12-22-20-30-150x150.jpg 150w, http://www.pacificstorms.org/wp-content/uploads/2016/12/sup-2016-12-22-20-30-768x768.jpg 768w, http://www.pacificstorms.org/wp-content/uploads/2016/12/sup-2016-12-22-20-30-1024x1024.jpg 1024w, http://www.pacificstorms.org/wp-content/uploads/2016/12/sup-2016-12-22-20-30.jpg 1200w" sizes="(max-width: 300px) 100vw, 300px" /><p class="wp-caption-text">IR 2016-12-22 1230Z (from CWB)</p></div>
  51. <p>Tropical Storm NOCK-TEN (NinaPH)&#8230; the last storm in 2016&#8230; is moving towards the Philippines&#8230;</p>
  52. <p>TS NOCK-TEN is now consolidating steadily near Yap&#8230; Maximum sustained wind speed near its centre is around 85 km/h (45 kts)&#8230;</p>
  53. <p>NOCK-TEN will intensify and move west-northwest at about 16-22 km/h&#8230;  A slight turn to the west is possible on Sunday&#8230; NOCK-TEN will make landfall as a Typhoon during the weekend&#8230; probably on Christmas Day&#8230; over Bicol Region or its vicinity&#8230;</p>
  54. <p><strong>Friends in Eastern Visayas / Bicol Region / Calabarzon / Mimaropa / NCR / Central Luzon should be prepared for Typhoon conditions&#8230;</strong></p>
  55. <p><strong>Get ready&#8230; Stay safe&#8230; and Merry Christmas&#8230;</strong></p>
  56. <p>Estimate time of landfall on Bicol Region: Sunday afternoon to Sunday night</p>
  57. <p>Estimate time of leaving Mimaropa / Calabarzon / Central Luzon: Monday</p>
  58. <p>The above info is for reference only… Please always check also the latest official cyclone updates from PAGASA…</p>
  59. <p>PS. Normal service of PTCC will be suspended during 2016-12-24 to 2016-12-29&#8230; Sorry for the inconvenience caused&#8230;</p>
  60. <p>2016-12-22 20:55 local time</p>
  61. ]]></content>
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  66. <entry>
  67. <author>
  68. <name>Jams</name>
  69. <uri>http://www.pacificstorms.org/</uri>
  70. </author>
  71. <title type="html"><![CDATA[&#060;&#060;Special Information for the Philippines - #3&#062;&#062;]]></title>
  72. <link rel="alternate" type="text/html" href="http://www.pacificstorms.org/index.php/2016/11/25/5084/" />
  73. <id>http://www.pacificstorms.org/?p=5084</id>
  74. <updated>2016-12-22T12:43:39Z</updated>
  75. <published>2016-11-25T12:31:28Z</published>
  76. <category scheme="http://www.pacificstorms.org" term="Tropical Cyclone" /><category scheme="http://www.pacificstorms.org" term="IR" /><category scheme="http://www.pacificstorms.org" term="philippines" /><category scheme="http://www.pacificstorms.org" term="tropical cyclone" /><category scheme="http://www.pacificstorms.org" term="weather forecast" /> <summary type="html"><![CDATA[Tropical Storm TOKAGE (MarcePH) is now centred near Coron&#8230; TOKAGE is a small system&#8230; A small region of deep convection is found near the centre&#8230; The maximum sustained wind speed around the centre is estimated to be 65 km/h (35 &#x2026; <a href="http://www.pacificstorms.org/index.php/2016/11/25/5084/">Continue reading <span class="meta-nav">&#x2192;</span></a>]]></summary>
  77. <content type="html" xml:base="http://www.pacificstorms.org/index.php/2016/11/25/5084/"><![CDATA[<div id="attachment_5085" style="width: 310px" class="wp-caption alignnone"><img class="size-medium wp-image-5085" src="http://www.pacificstorms.org/wp-content/uploads/2016/11/ir0-lalo-300x200.gif" alt="IR 2016-11-25 1130Z (from NOAA)" width="300" height="200" /><p class="wp-caption-text">IR 2016-11-25 1130Z (from NOAA)</p></div>
  78. <p>Tropical Storm TOKAGE (MarcePH) is now centred near Coron&#8230;</p>
  79. <p>TOKAGE is a small system&#8230; A small region of deep convection is found near the centre&#8230; The maximum sustained wind speed around the centre is estimated to be 65 km/h (35 kts)&#8230;</p>
  80. <p>Excellent outflow should support further intensification in the next 48 hours&#8230; TOKAGE will face severe shear and thus weaken early next week&#8230;.</p>
  81. <p>TS TOKAGE will move across the Calamian Islands tonight&#8230; It will then track further poleward around the edge of the sub-tropical ridge before accelerating to the west-southwest within northeasterly flow next week&#8230;</p>
  82. <p><strong>Friends in Mimaropa should be prepared for strong gusts and heavy showers</strong><strong>&#8230;</strong></p>
  83. <p>San Jose reported sea level pressure of 1003.3 hPa at 7 p.m. local time&#8230;</p>
  84. <p>The above info is for reference only… Please always check also the latest official cyclone updates from PAGASA…</p>
  85. <p>2016-11-25 20:30 local time</p>
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  90. </entry>
  91. <entry>
  92. <author>
  93. <name>Jams</name>
  94. <uri>http://www.pacificstorms.org/</uri>
  95. </author>
  96. <title type="html"><![CDATA[&#060;&#060;Special Information for the Philippines - #2&#062;&#062;]]></title>
  97. <link rel="alternate" type="text/html" href="http://www.pacificstorms.org/index.php/2016/11/24/5080/" />
  98. <id>http://www.pacificstorms.org/?p=5080</id>
  99. <updated>2016-11-25T12:21:50Z</updated>
  100. <published>2016-11-24T15:04:57Z</published>
  101. <category scheme="http://www.pacificstorms.org" term="Tropical Cyclone" /><category scheme="http://www.pacificstorms.org" term="IR" /><category scheme="http://www.pacificstorms.org" term="philippines" /><category scheme="http://www.pacificstorms.org" term="tropical cyclone" /><category scheme="http://www.pacificstorms.org" term="weather forecast" /> <summary type="html"><![CDATA[Tropical Disturbance 98W (PAGASA Tropical Depression MarcePH) has strengthened into Tropical Depression 29W over southern Philippines&#8230; It is located at the vicinity of Leyte&#8230; Increasing&#8230; but still disorganzied&#8230; convection is found near the low level circulation centre of TD 29W&#8230; &#x2026; <a href="http://www.pacificstorms.org/index.php/2016/11/24/5080/">Continue reading <span class="meta-nav">&#x2192;</span></a>]]></summary>
  102. <content type="html" xml:base="http://www.pacificstorms.org/index.php/2016/11/24/5080/"><![CDATA[<div id="attachment_5081" style="width: 310px" class="wp-caption alignnone"><img class="size-medium wp-image-5081" src="http://www.pacificstorms.org/wp-content/uploads/2016/11/s1p-2016-11-24-22-30-300x300.jpg" alt="IR 2016-11-24 1430Z (from CWB)" width="300" height="300" srcset="http://www.pacificstorms.org/wp-content/uploads/2016/11/s1p-2016-11-24-22-30-300x300.jpg 300w, http://www.pacificstorms.org/wp-content/uploads/2016/11/s1p-2016-11-24-22-30-150x150.jpg 150w, http://www.pacificstorms.org/wp-content/uploads/2016/11/s1p-2016-11-24-22-30-768x768.jpg 768w, http://www.pacificstorms.org/wp-content/uploads/2016/11/s1p-2016-11-24-22-30-1024x1024.jpg 1024w, http://www.pacificstorms.org/wp-content/uploads/2016/11/s1p-2016-11-24-22-30.jpg 1200w" sizes="(max-width: 300px) 100vw, 300px" /><p class="wp-caption-text">IR 2016-11-24 1430Z (from CWB)</p></div>
  103. <p>Tropical Disturbance 98W (PAGASA Tropical Depression MarcePH) has strengthened into Tropical Depression 29W over southern Philippines&#8230; It is located at the vicinity of Leyte&#8230;</p>
  104. <p>Increasing&#8230; but still disorganzied&#8230; convection is found near the low level circulation centre of TD 29W&#8230; Earlier ASCAT scan revealed some 25+ kts vectors&#8230; The maximum sustained wind speed around the centre is estimated to be 55 km/h (30 kts)&#8230;</p>
  105. <p>Environmental conditions are favourable for development in general&#8230; 29W is forecast to consolidate and intensify slowly as it travels across the Philippines&#8230; It may become a Tropical Storm (TOKAGE) in 36 hours&#8230;</p>
  106. <p>TD 29W will track west-northwest across the Visayas tomorrow&#8230; It will then exit the Philippines via Mimaropa&#8230;</p>
  107. <p>Due to the combined effect of northeasterly flow and 29W&#8230;<strong> </strong>strong gusts and showers can also be expected in eastern and southern Luzon&#8230;<strong> Friends in Western Visayas / Mimaropa should prepare for possible Tropical Storm conditions&#8230; Residents in Central Visayas / Negros Region / Bicol region / Calabarzon should be aware of strong gusts and heavy showers</strong><strong>&#8230;</strong></p>
  108. <p>Mactan reported sea level pressure of 1005.0 hPa at 10 p.m. local time&#8230;</p>
  109. <p>The above info is for reference only… Please always check also the latest official cyclone updates from PAGASA…</p>
  110. <p>2016-11-24 22:55 local time</p>
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  116. <entry>
  117. <author>
  118. <name>Jams</name>
  119. <uri>http://www.pacificstorms.org/</uri>
  120. </author>
  121. <title type="html"><![CDATA[&#060;&#060;Special Information for the Philippines - #1&#062;&#062;]]></title>
  122. <link rel="alternate" type="text/html" href="http://www.pacificstorms.org/index.php/2016/11/24/5078/" />
  123. <id>http://www.pacificstorms.org/?p=5078</id>
  124. <updated>2016-11-24T14:39:07Z</updated>
  125. <published>2016-11-24T03:03:55Z</published>
  126. <category scheme="http://www.pacificstorms.org" term="Tropical Cyclone" /><category scheme="http://www.pacificstorms.org" term="philippines" /><category scheme="http://www.pacificstorms.org" term="tropical cyclone" /><category scheme="http://www.pacificstorms.org" term="VIS" /><category scheme="http://www.pacificstorms.org" term="weather forecast" /> <summary type="html"><![CDATA[Tropical Disturbance 98W (PAGASA Tropical Depression MarcePH) is moving towards Caraga&#8230; The overall organization of the low pressure system improved slightly in the early morning&#8230; Scattered showers are affecting eastern parts of Mindanao and Visayas&#8230; Environmental conditions are favourable for &#x2026; <a href="http://www.pacificstorms.org/index.php/2016/11/24/5078/">Continue reading <span class="meta-nav">&#x2192;</span></a>]]></summary>
  127. <content type="html" xml:base="http://www.pacificstorms.org/index.php/2016/11/24/5078/"><![CDATA[<p>Tropical Disturbance 98W (PAGASA Tropical Depression MarcePH) is moving towards Caraga&#8230;</p>
  128. <p>The overall organization of the low pressure system improved slightly in the early morning&#8230; Scattered showers are affecting eastern parts of Mindanao and Visayas&#8230; Environmental conditions are favourable for development in general&#8230; 98W is forecast to consolidate and intensify slowly as it travels across the Philippines&#8230;</p>
  129. <p>98W will track west-northwest across northeastern Mindanao / Visayas today and tomorrow&#8230; then exit the Philippines via Mimaropa&#8230;</p>
  130. <p>Due to the combined effect of northeasterly flow and 98W&#8230;<strong> </strong>strong gusts and showers can also be expected in eastern and southern Luzon&#8230;<strong> Friends in Caraga / Northern Mindanao / Eastern Visayas / Central Visayas / Western Visayas / Negros Region / Bicol region / Calabarzon / Mimaropa should be prepared for strong gusts and heavy showers</strong><strong>&#8230;</strong></p>
  131. <p>The above info is for reference only… Please always check also the latest official cyclone updates from PAGASA…</p>
  132. <p>2016-11-24 11:05 local time</p>
  133. ]]></content>
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  138. <entry>
  139. <author>
  140. <name>Jams</name>
  141. <uri>http://www.pacificstorms.org/</uri>
  142. </author>
  143. <title type="html"><![CDATA[&#060;&#060;Special Information for the Philippines - #6&#062;&#062;]]></title>
  144. <link rel="alternate" type="text/html" href="http://www.pacificstorms.org/index.php/2016/10/20/5076/" />
  145. <id>http://www.pacificstorms.org/?p=5076</id>
  146. <updated>2016-11-24T02:29:33Z</updated>
  147. <published>2016-10-20T10:19:59Z</published>
  148. <category scheme="http://www.pacificstorms.org" term="Tropical Cyclone" /><category scheme="http://www.pacificstorms.org" term="philippines" /><category scheme="http://www.pacificstorms.org" term="tropical cyclone" /> <summary type="html"><![CDATA[Typhoon HAIMA (T1622/25W/LawinPH) has left Luzon&#8230; It will move further away from the Philippines&#8230; HAIMA is no longer a threat to the Philippines&#8230; This is the final special report regarding HAIMA for the country&#8230; 2016-10-20 18:20 local time]]></summary>
  149. <content type="html" xml:base="http://www.pacificstorms.org/index.php/2016/10/20/5076/"><![CDATA[<p>Typhoon HAIMA (T1622/25W/LawinPH) has left Luzon&#8230; It will move further away from the Philippines&#8230;</p>
  150. <p>HAIMA is no longer a threat to the Philippines&#8230;</p>
  151. <p>This is the final special report regarding HAIMA for the country&#8230;</p>
  152. <p>2016-10-20 18:20 local time</p>
  153. ]]></content>
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  158. <entry>
  159. <author>
  160. <name>Jams</name>
  161. <uri>http://www.pacificstorms.org/</uri>
  162. </author>
  163. <title type="html"><![CDATA[&#060;&#060;Special Information for the Philippines - #5&#062;&#062;]]></title>
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  165. <id>http://www.pacificstorms.org/?p=5072</id>
  166. <updated>2016-10-20T10:18:22Z</updated>
  167. <published>2016-10-19T13:12:35Z</published>
  168. <category scheme="http://www.pacificstorms.org" term="Tropical Cyclone" /><category scheme="http://www.pacificstorms.org" term="IR" /><category scheme="http://www.pacificstorms.org" term="philippines" /><category scheme="http://www.pacificstorms.org" term="tropical cyclone" /><category scheme="http://www.pacificstorms.org" term="weather forecast" /> <summary type="html"><![CDATA[Typhoon HAIMA (T1622/25W/LawinPH) is showing signs of weakening&#8230; The storm is located east of Palanan Bay&#8230; or about 140 km east-southeast of Tuguegarao&#8230; moving west-northwest in the direction of the Cagayan Valley&#8230; HAIMA is still a destructive Typhoon&#8230; with maximum sustained &#x2026; <a href="http://www.pacificstorms.org/index.php/2016/10/19/5072/">Continue reading <span class="meta-nav">&#x2192;</span></a>]]></summary>
  169. <content type="html" xml:base="http://www.pacificstorms.org/index.php/2016/10/19/5072/"><![CDATA[<div id="attachment_5073" style="width: 310px" class="wp-caption alignnone"><img class="size-medium wp-image-5073" src="http://www.pacificstorms.org/wp-content/uploads/2016/10/rb0-lalo-300x200.gif" alt="IR 2016-10-19 1230Z (from NOAA)" width="300" height="200" /><p class="wp-caption-text">IR 2016-10-19 1230Z (from NOAA)</p></div>
  170. <p>Typhoon HAIMA (T1622/25W/LawinPH) is showing signs of weakening&#8230; The storm is located east of Palanan Bay&#8230; or about 140 km east-southeast of Tuguegarao&#8230; moving west-northwest in the direction of the Cagayan Valley&#8230;</p>
  171. <p>HAIMA is still a destructive Typhoon&#8230; with maximum sustained wind speed of about 205 km/h (110 kts) (10-min)&#8230; Overall structure of HAIMA continues to degrade due to land interactions with Luzon&#8230; but please bear in mind that HAIMA is still a destructive storm&#8230;</p>
  172. <p>JMA reduced the intensity to 185 km/h (100 kts) at 8 p.m. local time&#8230; while PAGASA keeps HAIMA&#8217;s strength at 225 km/h&#8230;</p>
  173. <p>HAIMA will weaken further after making landfall as it traverses Luzon&#8230;</p>
  174. <p>HAIMA is expected to make landfall on Cagayan or Isabela Province later tonight or in the small hours of Thursday&#8230; HAIMA will leave Luzon tomorrow morning&#8230;</p>
  175. <p><strong>Friends in Cagayan Valley / Cordillera AR / Ilocos Region should prepare for Typhoon conditions IMMEDIATELY&#8230; Stay in shelters&#8230; </strong> <strong>DESTRUCTIVE Hurricane Force winds will be observed along the path of HAIMA&#8230; There may be storm surges&#8230; Take all necessary measures to prevent loss of lives and properties now&#8230; </strong>Residents in northern parts of Central Luzon should also pay attention to possible heavy rain and strong gusts&#8230;</p>
  176. <p>Expected time of landfall on Cagayan / Isabela:  Later Tonight to Early Thursday morning</p>
  177. <p>Expected time of exiting Ilocos:  Thursday morning</p>
  178. <p>At 8 p.m.. local time&#8230; Aparri reported sea level pressure of 996.1 hPa&#8230;</p>
  179. <p>The above info is for reference only… Please always check also the latest official cyclone updates from PAGASA…</p>
  180. <p>2016-10-19 21:15 local time</p>
  181. ]]></content>
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  186. <entry>
  187. <author>
  188. <name>Jams</name>
  189. <uri>http://www.pacificstorms.org/</uri>
  190. </author>
  191. <title type="html"><![CDATA[&#060;&#060;Special Information for the Philippines - #4&#062;&#062;]]></title>
  192. <link rel="alternate" type="text/html" href="http://www.pacificstorms.org/index.php/2016/10/19/5069/" />
  193. <id>http://www.pacificstorms.org/?p=5069</id>
  194. <updated>2016-10-19T12:55:26Z</updated>
  195. <published>2016-10-19T08:50:18Z</published>
  196. <category scheme="http://www.pacificstorms.org" term="Tropical Cyclone" /><category scheme="http://www.pacificstorms.org" term="philippines" /><category scheme="http://www.pacificstorms.org" term="tropical cyclone" /><category scheme="http://www.pacificstorms.org" term="VIS" /><category scheme="http://www.pacificstorms.org" term="weather forecast" /> <summary type="html"><![CDATA[Typhoon HAIMA (T1622/25W/LawinPH) is centred at about 270 km east-southeast of Tuguegarao&#8230; The cyclone is moving west-northwest in the direction of the Cagayan Valley&#8230; HAIMA is a destructive Typhoon with maximum sustained wind speed of about 220 km/h (120 kts) &#x2026; <a href="http://www.pacificstorms.org/index.php/2016/10/19/5069/">Continue reading <span class="meta-nav">&#x2192;</span></a>]]></summary>
  197. <content type="html" xml:base="http://www.pacificstorms.org/index.php/2016/10/19/5069/"><![CDATA[<div id="attachment_5070" style="width: 310px" class="wp-caption alignnone"><img class="size-medium wp-image-5070" src="http://www.pacificstorms.org/wp-content/uploads/2016/10/vis0-lalo-13-300x200.gif" alt="VIS 2016-10-19 0800Z (from NOAA)" width="300" height="200" /><p class="wp-caption-text">VIS 2016-10-19 0800Z (from NOAA)</p></div>
  198. <p>Typhoon HAIMA (T1622/25W/LawinPH) is centred at about 270 km east-southeast of Tuguegarao&#8230; The cyclone is moving west-northwest in the direction of the Cagayan Valley&#8230;</p>
  199. <p>HAIMA is a destructive Typhoon with maximum sustained wind speed of about 220 km/h (120 kts) (10-min)&#8230; Overall structure of HAIMA appears to be degrading due to land interactions with Luzon&#8230; The eyewall weakened slightly but please bear in mind that HAIMA is still a destructive storm&#8230;</p>
  200. <p>There may be flctuations in intensity in the next 12 hours but further strengthening is unlikely to occur&#8230; HAIMA will weaken after making landfall&#8230;</p>
  201. <p>A steering ridge is centred south of Japan&#8230; extending westward into southeastern China&#8230; HAIMA is expected to move west-northwest and make landfall on Cagayan or Isabela Province later tonight or in the small hours of Thursday&#8230; The storm will leave Luzon tomorrow morning&#8230;</p>
  202. <p><strong>Friends in Cagayan Valley / Cordillera AR / Ilocos Region should be prepared for Typhoon conditions IMMEDIATELY&#8230; Stay in shelters&#8230; </strong> <strong>DESTRUCTIVE Hurricane Force winds will be observed along the path of HAIMA&#8230; There may be storm surges&#8230; Take all necessary measures to prevent loss of lives and properties now&#8230; </strong>Residents in northern parts of Central Luzon should also pay attention to possible heavy rain and strong gusts&#8230;</p>
  203. <p>Expected time of landfall on Cagayan / Isabela:  Later Tonight to Early Thursday morning</p>
  204. <p>Expected time of exiting Ilocos:  Thursday morning</p>
  205. <p>At 4 p.m.. local time&#8230; Aparri reported sea level pressure of 1000.2 hPa&#8230;</p>
  206. <p>The above info is for reference only… Please always check also the latest official cyclone updates from PAGASA…</p>
  207. <p>The next report will be issued at or before 10 p.m. local time tonight&#8230;</p>
  208. <p>2016-10-19 16:45 local time</p>
  209. ]]></content>
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  214. <entry>
  215. <author>
  216. <name>Jams</name>
  217. <uri>http://www.pacificstorms.org/</uri>
  218. </author>
  219. <title type="html"><![CDATA[&#060;&#060;Special Information for the Philippines - #3&#062;&#062;]]></title>
  220. <link rel="alternate" type="text/html" href="http://www.pacificstorms.org/index.php/2016/10/19/5066/" />
  221. <id>http://www.pacificstorms.org/?p=5066</id>
  222. <updated>2016-10-19T08:29:37Z</updated>
  223. <published>2016-10-19T02:05:09Z</published>
  224. <category scheme="http://www.pacificstorms.org" term="Tropical Cyclone" /><category scheme="http://www.pacificstorms.org" term="philippines" /><category scheme="http://www.pacificstorms.org" term="tropical cyclone" /><category scheme="http://www.pacificstorms.org" term="VIS" /><category scheme="http://www.pacificstorms.org" term="weather forecast" /> <summary type="html"><![CDATA[Typhoon HAIMA (T1622/25W/LawinPH) is centred at about 470 km east-southeast of Tuguegarao&#8230; The cyclone is moving west in the general direction of the Cagayan Valley&#8230; HAIMA is a destructive Typhoon with maximum sustained wind speed of about 210 km/h (115 &#x2026; <a href="http://www.pacificstorms.org/index.php/2016/10/19/5066/">Continue reading <span class="meta-nav">&#x2192;</span></a>]]></summary>
  225. <content type="html" xml:base="http://www.pacificstorms.org/index.php/2016/10/19/5066/"><![CDATA[<div id="attachment_5067" style="width: 310px" class="wp-caption alignnone"><img class="size-medium wp-image-5067" src="http://www.pacificstorms.org/wp-content/uploads/2016/10/20161018.2257.f18.x.91h_1deg.25WHAIMA.145kts-914mb-160N-1275E.59pc-300x300.jpg" alt="MW 2016-10-18 2257Z (from NRL)" width="300" height="300" srcset="http://www.pacificstorms.org/wp-content/uploads/2016/10/20161018.2257.f18.x.91h_1deg.25WHAIMA.145kts-914mb-160N-1275E.59pc-300x300.jpg 300w, http://www.pacificstorms.org/wp-content/uploads/2016/10/20161018.2257.f18.x.91h_1deg.25WHAIMA.145kts-914mb-160N-1275E.59pc-150x150.jpg 150w, http://www.pacificstorms.org/wp-content/uploads/2016/10/20161018.2257.f18.x.91h_1deg.25WHAIMA.145kts-914mb-160N-1275E.59pc-768x768.jpg 768w, http://www.pacificstorms.org/wp-content/uploads/2016/10/20161018.2257.f18.x.91h_1deg.25WHAIMA.145kts-914mb-160N-1275E.59pc.jpg 800w" sizes="(max-width: 300px) 100vw, 300px" /><p class="wp-caption-text">MW 2016-10-18 2257Z (from NRL)</p></div>
  226. <p>Typhoon HAIMA (T1622/25W/LawinPH) is centred at about 470 km east-southeast of Tuguegarao&#8230; The cyclone is moving west in the general direction of the Cagayan Valley&#8230;</p>
  227. <p>HAIMA is a destructive Typhoon with maximum sustained wind speed of about 210 km/h (115 kts) (10-min)&#8230; The eyewall seems to be contracting&#8230; An OW eye surrounded by W shade yields a DT of 6.5&#8230; Raw T# was 6.6 at 01:10 UTC&#8230;</p>
  228. <p>There may be flctuations in intensity in the next 18 hours but further strengthening is unlikely to occur&#8230; HAIMA will weaken after making landfall&#8230;</p>
  229. <p>A steering ridge is centred south of Japan&#8230; extending westward into southeastern China&#8230; HAIMA is expected to move west or west-northwest at about 25 to 28 km/h today&#8230; HAIMA will make landfall on Cagayan or Isabela Province later tonight or in the small hours of Thursday&#8230; The storm will emerge into the South China Sea tomorrow morning&#8230;</p>
  230. <p><strong>Friends in Cagayan Valley / Cordillera AR / Ilocos Region should be prepared for Typhoon conditions IMMEDIATELY&#8230;</strong> <strong>DESTRUCTIVE Hurricane Force winds will be observed along the path of HAIMA&#8230; There may be storm surges of 1.0 m or above&#8230; </strong>Residents in northern parts of Central Luzon should also pay attention to possible heavy rain and strong gusts&#8230;</p>
  231. <p>Expected time of landfall on Cagayan / Isabela:  Later Tonight to Early Thursday morning</p>
  232. <p>Expected time of exiting Ilocos:  Thursday morning</p>
  233. <p>At 9 a.m. local time&#8230; Baler reported sea level pressure of 1003.7 hPa&#8230;</p>
  234. <p>The above info is for reference only… Please always check also the latest official cyclone updates from PAGASA…</p>
  235. <p>2016-10-19 10:00 local time</p>
  236. ]]></content>
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  240. </entry>
  241. <entry>
  242. <author>
  243. <name>Jams</name>
  244. <uri>http://www.pacificstorms.org/</uri>
  245. </author>
  246. <title type="html"><![CDATA[&#060;&#060;Special Information for the Philippines - #2&#062;&#062;]]></title>
  247. <link rel="alternate" type="text/html" href="http://www.pacificstorms.org/index.php/2016/10/18/5063/" />
  248. <id>http://www.pacificstorms.org/?p=5063</id>
  249. <updated>2016-10-19T01:40:03Z</updated>
  250. <published>2016-10-18T02:26:02Z</published>
  251. <category scheme="http://www.pacificstorms.org" term="Tropical Cyclone" /><category scheme="http://www.pacificstorms.org" term="philippines" /><category scheme="http://www.pacificstorms.org" term="tropical cyclone" /><category scheme="http://www.pacificstorms.org" term="weather forecast" /> <summary type="html"><![CDATA[Typhoon HAIMA (T1622/25W/LawinPH) is centred at about 1100 km east-southeast of Tuguegarao&#8230; The cyclone is moving west-northwest in the general direction of the Cagayan Valley&#8230; HAIMA is a destructive Typhoon with maximum sustained wind speed of about 185 km/h (100 &#x2026; <a href="http://www.pacificstorms.org/index.php/2016/10/18/5063/">Continue reading <span class="meta-nav">&#x2192;</span></a>]]></summary>
  252. <content type="html" xml:base="http://www.pacificstorms.org/index.php/2016/10/18/5063/"><![CDATA[<div id="attachment_5064" style="width: 310px" class="wp-caption alignnone"><img class="size-medium wp-image-5064" src="http://www.pacificstorms.org/wp-content/uploads/2016/10/vis0-lalo-5-300x200.gif" alt="VIS 2016-10-18 0130Z (from NOAA)" width="300" height="200" /><p class="wp-caption-text">VIS 2016-10-18 0130Z (from NOAA)</p></div>
  253. <p>Typhoon HAIMA (T1622/25W/LawinPH) is centred at about 1100 km east-southeast of Tuguegarao&#8230; The cyclone is moving west-northwest in the general direction of the Cagayan Valley&#8230;</p>
  254. <p>HAIMA is a destructive Typhoon with maximum sustained wind speed of about 185 km/h (100 kts) (10-min)&#8230; The eye remains ragged but well-defined&#8230; An OW eye is surrounded by a B ring at this moment&#8230;</p>
  255. <p>HAIMA should be able to strengthen further in the next 36 hours as environmental conditions are favourable&#8230; Both HWRF and JGSM indicate a further 20+ kts intensification prior to landfall&#8230;</p>
  256. <p>A steering high is found over Okinawa&#8230; HAIMA is expected to move west or west-northwest at a slightly faster pace&#8230; about 25 to 28 km/h in the next 48 hours&#8230; Landfall on Cagayan or Isabela Province is likely on early Thursday morning&#8230;</p>
  257. <p><strong>Friends in Cagayan Valley / Cordillera AR / Ilocos Region should be prepared for Typhoon conditions late Wednesday and Thursday&#8230;</strong> <strong>DESTRUCTIVE Hurricane Force winds will be observed along the path of HAIMA&#8230; There may be storm surges of 1.0 m or above&#8230; </strong>This surge figure will be revised later when HAIMA nears Luzon&#8230; Residents in northern parts of Central Luzon should also pay attention to possible heavy rain and strong gusts&#8230;</p>
  258. <p>Expected time of landfall on Cagayan / Isabela:  Early Thursday morning</p>
  259. <p>Expected time of exiting Ilocos:  Thursday morning</p>
  260. <p>The above info is for reference only… Please always check also the latest official cyclone updates from PAGASA…</p>
  261. <p>2016-10-18 10:25 local time</p>
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