as of 29 August 2011 @ 9:16pm Ph Time
New LPA 98W forms about 1,055 km ENE of Saipan far out in the Pacific Ocean.
on Tropical Storm Nanmadol/14W/Mina
as of 29 August 2011 @ 10:57am Ph Time
Typhoon NANMADOL/14W/MINA weakens into a Tropical Storm after traversing Southern Taiwan this morning...now located over the Taiwan Strait. At 8pm tonight, it is forecast to be some 25 km ENE of Husi, Penghu Island. Wind gusts in the area are estimated at 90 kph. MINA is forecast to move NW to WNW at 16 kph toward Fujian Province in China.
2-Day Tropical Storm NANMADOL/14W/MINA
Forecast Positions & Strength
AREAS HAVING PUBLIC STORM SIGNAL WARNING
(above 185 kph winds)
(100 to 185 kph winds)
(60 - 100 kph winds)
(from 45 - 60 kph winds)
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FORECAST ANALYSIS AND EFFECTS
NANMADOL/14W/MINA's inner rainbands is still pounding Southern and Central Taiwan. Stormy weather prevails in the area. Its outer rainbands are still over Extreme Northern Luzon bringing rains and gusts over that area.
MINA shall continue moving NW to WNW now with increased speed. It shall pass to the north of Penghu Island tonight and shall be over the eastern coast of Fujian, China tomorrow night. As a weakened tropical depression, it shall pass very close to the south of Shishi and north of Tong'an moving WNW continuosly to the north of Yanxizhen. MINA shall then turn more to the
west passing south of Hua'an and Longyan before dissipating about 90 km to the north of Meizhou by 01 September.
Meanwhile, improved weather condition can now be experienced in the Philippines. Coastal areas in Extreme Northern Luzon are still moderate to rough.
With this development, this is the FINAL ADVISORY on this tropical disturbance.
on Tropical Storm TALAS/15W
as of 29 August 2011 @ 5:10pm Ph Time
Tropical Storm TALAS is about 165 km WSW of Iwo To, Japan. Wind gusts are estimated at 130 kph. TALAS is moving Northward at 3 kph. On 03 September, TALAS (turned Extratropical Storm) shall be over Honshu...about 235 km NNW of Tokyo, Japan with wind gusts of 120 kph.
Tropical Storm TALAS is not a threat to the Philippines and is expected to pass just to the east of the Philippine Area of Responsiblity. With this development, this is the FINAL ADVISORY on this tropical disturbance.