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Parma
Parma
"Parma" re-entered the South China Sea on the 9th, at 8 o'clock on the 10th is located in the central South China Sea, near the center of the largest wind 8, sea and coastal areas of Guangdong impact. Guangdong Provincial Meteorological Bureau from October 10 08 hours 30 minutes, the start of meteorological disasters grade Ⅳ Typhoon Emergency Response response, "Parma." Guangdong Provincial Flood Control and Drought Headquarters wind, also starts at 15 o'clock on the 10th grade Ⅳ storm emergency response, and along the coastal areas around the subject, "Parma" the impact of sea-going vessel to be an early return to Hong Kong or the nearest shelter from the wind.
Date: 11/10/2009
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Parma
Ketsana
Ketsana
China issued an alert Sunday for approaching tropical storm Kestana, which left at least 51 people dead and 21 others missing in the Philippines Saturday.Ketsana, the 16th tropical storm this year, was located at 910 km southeast of Sanya City in southern China's Hainan Province at 5 a.m. Sunday. It contains winds of up to 90 km per hour at its center and is moving northwestward at 20 km an hour, the central observatory said. The observatory forecasts the tropical storm will continue strengthening and would hit southern coastal areas of Hainan or pass through the southern coast of Hainan to lash coastal regions in Vietnam on Tuesday or Wednesday. It ordered boats in Kestana's path to return to harbor. The tropical storm made landfall on the northeastern Philippines coast Saturday noon and triggered heavy rainfall in metropolitan Manila for six hours ending 2 p.m. Saturday.
Date: 28/09/2009
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Ketsana
Ketsana
Ketsana
The tropical storm "Ketsana" killed at least 11, injured 12 and left three others missing in the central provinces of Vietnam, the Vietnam News Agency reported on Tuesday. The storm is battering central and highland provinces of Vietnam namely Binh Dinh, Quang Nam, Yen Bai, Kon Tum, Dak Lak. Among them, Binh Dinh and Kon Tum are the worst-hit provinces, according to provincial steering committees on flood and storm prevention. In central Binh Dinh province, the storm destroyed over 100 houses and damaged over 2,200 others. 42 fishing boats were sunk. More than 6,400 hectares of rice and agricultural crops were damaged, over 100 hectares of shrimp cultivation was flooded. The storm caused disconnection of electricity lines and road transportation.
Date: 29/09/2009
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Ketsana
Krovan
Krovan
Tropical Depression slowly developed and after quite a few days it became Tropical Storm Krovahn. Krovanh made landfall in the northern portion of the Philippines as a category two. The high elevation caused the tropical cyclone to return to category one status. But once in the warm waters of the Pacific again, reintensification occurred. Krovanh returned to category two strength. It quickly sliced through Hainan island and made its third and final landfall in northern Vietnam.
Date:31/08/2009
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Krovan
Etau
Etau
Tropical Depression slowly developed and after quite a few days it became Tropical Storm Krovahn. Krovanh made landfall in the northern portion of the Philippines as a category two. The high elevation caused the tropical cyclone to return to category one status. But once in the warm waters of the Pacific again, reintensification occurred. Krovanh returned to category two strength. It quickly sliced through Hainan island and made its third and final landfall in northern Vietnam.
Date:31/08/2009
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Etau
Hamish
Hamish
Tropical Cyclone Hamish has rapidly developed from a tropical low in the Coral Sea into one of the most powerful systems so far this season. Allthough it has weakened to a category three system, a severe weather warning is still in force for coasts and islands. In the cyclone's life the strongest wind gust recorded was 190km/h on Sunday at Creal Reef, about 200km northeast of Mackay. The strongest gust on the mainland was on Monday at Double Island Point, just south of Fraser Island, peaking at 93km/h. Winds near the centre of the cyclone are likely to have exceeded 250km/h when Hamish was at his most intense.
Date: 09/03/2009
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Hamish
Gael
Gael
Tropical Cyclone Gael, with sustained winds of 45 mph, is located in the southern Indian Ocean north of La Reunion and is tracking to the west towards northern Madagascar. Over the next 24 hours, Gael is expected to enter into an environment favorable for intensification. Gael is expected to strike Madagascar in the vicinity of Toamasina (Tamatave), which is the nation’s chief port, on February 6th with winds in excess of 90 mph. Once overland, the cyclone is expected to weaken while tracking towards Antananarivo.
Date: 07/02/2009
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Gael
Billy
Billy
Residents onshore Western Australia aren't the only ones bracing for a Christmas-time impact from Tropical Cyclone Billy. Petroleum companies are making arrangements to ensure safety offshore at oil and gas fields in the path of the storm. Currently packing Category 1-force winds and rains, Tropical Cyclone Billy is located east-northeast of Learmonth, Australia; and weather tracking tools show the storm drifting across the King Sound and over the northern tip of the Dampier Peninsula. With current sustained winds of 55 knots and gusts up to 70 knots, waves offshore are reaching heights of 12 feet. According to the Australian Naval Maritime Forecast Center/Joint Typhoon Warning Center, Billy is expected build intensity and veer in a westward direction.
Date:25/12/2008
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Billy
Billy
Billy
Residents onshore Western Australia aren't the only ones bracing for a Christmas-time impact from Tropical Cyclone Billy. Petroleum companies are making arrangements to ensure safety offshore at oil and gas fields in the path of the storm. Currently packing Category 1-force winds and rains, Tropical Cyclone Billy is located east-northeast of Learmonth, Australia; and weather tracking tools show the storm drifting across the King Sound and over the northern tip of the Dampier Peninsula. With current sustained winds of 55 knots and gusts up to 70 knots, waves offshore are reaching heights of 12 feet. According to the Australian Naval Maritime Forecast Center/Joint Typhoon Warning Center, Billy is expected build intensity and veer in a westward direction.
Date:25/12/2008
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Billy
Billy
Billy
Residents onshore Western Australia aren't the only ones bracing for a Christmas-time impact from Tropical Cyclone Billy. Petroleum companies are making arrangements to ensure safety offshore at oil and gas fields in the path of the storm. Currently packing Category 1-force winds and rains, Tropical Cyclone Billy is located east-northeast of Learmonth, Australia; and weather tracking tools show the storm drifting across the King Sound and over the northern tip of the Dampier Peninsula. With current sustained winds of 55 knots and gusts up to 70 knots, waves offshore are reaching heights of 12 feet. According to the Australian Naval Maritime Forecast Center/Joint Typhoon Warning Center, Billy is expected build intensity and veer in a westward direction.
Date:25/12/2008
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Billy