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Re: Extreme weather Asia
« Reply #15 on: August 08, 2012, 09:38:34 AM »

http://www.abante.com.ph/issue/aug0812/default.htm   Language is Tagalog

NATIONAL NEWS
LUPIT NG HABAGAT!

Libu-libong ­residente o kabuuang 53,951 pa­milya (250,200-katao) ng Metro Manila at mga katabing lalawigan ang inilikas at ni-rescue kahapon ng mga team ng Armed Forces of the ­Philippines (AFP), Philip­pine National Police (PNP), Philippine Coast Guard (PCG) at Philippine Red Cross (PRC), katuwang ang mga lokal na pamahalaan at ang ­Metro Manila Development ­Authority (MMDA).

Kasabay nito ay ang paglobo ng bilang ng mga nasawi sa 59-katao, kabilang ang siyam na nalibing sa landslide sa Bgy. Litex, Quezon City, ayon sa ulat ng National Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Council (NDRRMC).

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Re: Extreme weather Asia
« Reply #17 on: September 14, 2012, 02:31:23 PM »
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SANBA


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Note: SANBA is being called a "Super Typhoon," with winds equivalent to a Cat 3 Hurricane.
Source: TWC
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TWC The Weather Channel - Hurricane Central

http://www.weather.com/news/weather-hurricanes/sanba-western-pacific-20120914

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Typhoon Sanba Headed for Okinawa
Chris Dolce Updated 25 mins ago weather.com

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Re: Extreme weather Asia
« Reply #18 on: September 17, 2012, 06:22:39 PM »
台風第16号 (サンバ


Typhoon Sanba Unleashes Mayhem on Okinawa 台風第16号 (サンバ)   1:55

http://youtu.be/fgcrgsREugI

Published on Sep 16, 2012 by TyphoonHunter
Typhoon Sanba Unleashes Mayhem on Okinawa Japan 台風第16号 (サンバ) 沖縄県.

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Re: Extreme weather Asia
« Reply #19 on: September 17, 2012, 06:33:51 PM »
Tropical Storm Sanba  gusts up to 200 km per hour  (124 mi per hour.)

Published on Sep 16, 2012 by robcenter1
Sanba has left some damage across Okinawa in it wake, the videos in the links below give you some idea on how strong the winds were as this violent storm blew on shore. Good news is that Okinawa is built for storms of this size. And at this time injury reports remain low and deaths are at zero.

The buildings though are not as equipped in South Korea where this storm is heading next. We will continue to keep you posted as the storm approaches the populated regions near the Tsushima Strait.

Storm Surge and Wind Footage of Sanba

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fgcrgsREugI&feature=youtu.be

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Re: Extreme weather Asia
« Reply #20 on: September 18, 2012, 07:25:45 AM »

台風 沖縄県 Typhoon Sanba Hits Okinawa - First Pictures! 5:42

VIDEO Link:  http://youtu.be/1-GaXDLgbIo

Published on Sep 15, 2012 by wettermagdeburg
First Webcam Pictures of Typhoon Sanba hitting Okinawa. Should be the time were the "eye" passed by...
Part2: http://youtu.be/IH_MDnpold0

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Re: Extreme weather Asia
« Reply #21 on: September 18, 2012, 07:43:04 AM »
http://www.insurancejournal.com/news/international/2012/09/18/263342.htm

Typhoon Sanba Makes Landfall in South Korea: AIR Analysis
September 18, 2012

According to catastrophe modeling firm AIR Worldwide, Typhoon Sanba made landfall on September 17 just before noon local time (3:00 UTC) in South Gyeongsang Province on the southern coast of South Korea.

Maximum sustained winds at landfall were around 150 km/h (94 mph), the equivalent to a Category 1 hurricane on the Saffir-Simpson Scale. Sanba subjected both South and North Korea to winds and heavy rains in its north-northeast trek across the peninsula, causing flooding and landslides, transportation service disruptions, and power outages. Significant insured losses in South Korea are not expected from this event.
 
Dr. Peter Sousounis, senior principal atmospheric scientist at AIR Worldwide, explained: “As Sanba entered a region of cooler waters and increased vertical wind shear on Sunday, the storm weakened on its approach to South Korea.”
 
Sustained winds dropped from 194 km/h (121 mph] when it reached Okinawa, Japan, on Sunday morning, to around 150 km/h (94 mph) at the time of its landfall on Monday, according to the Japan Meteorological Administration (JMA). Peak recorded 1-minute sustained wind speeds were 104 km/h (87.5 mph] on western Jeju Island, and 98 km/h (61.25 mph) on the mainland. Due to the sparse observational network density in that region, higher sustained wind speeds were likely to have occurred but not recorded.
 
“Because Sanba began extra-tropical transitioning prior to landfall, most of the precipitation was north of the storm center and arrived several hours before landfall Dr. Sousounis explained. “The maximum recorded 24-hour rainfall accumulation totaled 215 mm [app.8 ½ inches], with several stations observing more than 150 mm [app. 6 inches]. Sanba further weakened to tropical storm status after moving inland.”
 
As of the JMA’s 15:45 UTC advisory today, Sanba has exited the Korean peninsula and is currently located over the Sea of Japan. It has maximum 1-minute sustained wind speeds of approximately 95 km/h [60 mph) and is moving north at 45 km/h (37.5 mph). Sanba is expected to reach Russia on Tuesday morning local time, close to the Chinese border, before dissipating some time during the day.
 
AIR noted that "Sanba missed a direct hit on South Korea’s second largest metropolitan area of Busan (population of more than 4 million) by about 100 km (60 miles). Peak sustained winds in Busan were between 55 and 65 km/h (34 to 40 mph) and total precipitation was 111 mm [4 3/8 inches]. Only minimal damage is expected in that region.”
 
Dr. Sousounis added: “At Sanba’s reported wind speeds, structural damage to well-built structures is expected to be minimal. Wind damage is likely to be limited to roofs and wall claddings, and to signage, traffic lights, and trees. Further, Sanba’s relatively fast forward speed limits rainfall accumulation in any given area, reducing the chances of widespread flooding.”
 
Sanba uprooted trees, blew away signs and billboards, and temporarily knocked out power to 450,000 households (more than 90 percent since restored) on Jeju Island and southern portions of mainland South Korea. Heavy rains have triggered some landslides, and several dozen residential buildings were flooded on the island of Jeju, according to the National Emergency Management Agency.
 
Source: AIR Worldwide

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Re: Extreme weather Asia
« Reply #22 on: September 18, 2012, 09:30:16 AM »
Just a little update from an American living in South Korea; discussing 
Typhoon Sanba. - Yowbarb

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Day After Typhoon Sanba in Korea and a Question for You

VIDEO Link:  http://youtu.be/1jXgaA8HNVs

Published on Sep 18, 2012 by KoreaKLiK
http://www.KyleLivingInKorea.com - The Day After Typhoon Sanba in Korea - The Southern costal areas and Jeju island sustained the most damage consisting of landslides, flooding and wind damage. There was one death reported when a women was caught in a landslide in the southern costal region. The areas around Seoul and the provinces north of the city were spared from any serious damage due to the typhoon making a sharp turn towards the East Sea after the storm made landfall on Souther portion of South Korea.

If there is anything at all you want me to post updates on or give information about, please comment or write me on my website. I know there are people around the world who have loved ones living in Korea and it is not always easy getting up to date news in your home country.

Main KMA site - http://web.kma.go.kr/eng/index.jsp
Typhoon Page - http://web.kma.go.kr/eng/weather/typoon/typhoon_5days.jsp

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Re: Extreme weather Asia
« Reply #25 on: September 28, 2012, 12:33:41 PM »
台風 JELAWAT 

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Re: Extreme weather Asia
« Reply #26 on: September 29, 2012, 09:09:27 PM »
台風17号沖縄を直撃 Typhoon Jelawat Slams Okinawa  2:45   10,953 Views

VIDEO:  http://youtu.be/oUiROwMLx-o

Published on Sep 29, 2012 by TyphoonHunter
台風17号が強風を伴って沖縄那覇市内を直撃 2012年9月29日 / Breaking news footage of typhoon Jelawat slamming Okinawa, Japan on 29th September 2012. Footage not to be used without my permission. For licensing please email James (at) EarthUncut (dot) tv

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Re: Extreme weather Asia
« Reply #27 on: September 22, 2013, 11:59:31 AM »
http://www.weather.com/video/strong-typhoon-makes-landfall-38954

http://www.jma.go.jp/jma/index.html

竜巻ポータルサイトに掲載している「平成25年9月15~16日に台風第18号に伴って発生した突風について」の現地調査の概要を更新しました。
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Re: Extreme weather Asia
« Reply #28 on: October 11, 2013, 10:48:07 AM »
"London-based Tropical Storm and the US navy's Joint Typhoon Warning Centre forecast winds reaching 315kmph (195mph) on landfall, classifying Phailin as a Category 5 storm — the most powerful."
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http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/india/Cyclone-Phailin-may-be-worse-than-Katrina-that-hit-US-in-2005/articleshow/23983892.cms

NEW DELHI: The weather office may be underestimating the severity of a cyclone which is hurtling towards the east coast, a meteorologist warned on Friday, adding that it could be worse than Hurricane Katrina which devastated parts of the United States in 2005.
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