Category Archives: Ocean Storms

Ocean Storms

Tropical Cyclone Dovi Rapidly Intensifies

Tropical Cyclone Dovi has intensified rapidly and currently packs max winds of 75 knots about 70 nm southeast of Noumea, New Caledonia Continue reading

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Hurricane-Force Storm Forecast over West Pacific

A developing complex gale low system south-southeast of Japan is forecast to deepen to a storm-force low over the western North Pacific east of Japan during the next 36-48 hours. Continue reading

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Tropical Cyclone Dovi forms ENE of New Caledonia

The tropical disturbance over the South Pacific yesterday has now been named Tropical Cyclone Dovi and is now located east-northeast of New Caledonia and is moving southeast at 5 knots with max winds of about 40 knots. Continue reading

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North Pacific Marine Weather Outlook

The primary jet stream continues to be displaced south of 40 N latitude over the western and central North Pacific then turns northeastward towards the Gulf of Alaska due to a persistent blocking ridge over the easternmost North Pacific.  Continue reading

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Intense Hurricane-Force Storm over North Atlantic

A rapidly deepening storm over the western North Atlantic, northeast of Newfoundland, will deepen to a 928 mb hurricane-force storm by 1200 UTC 7th off the southeast coast of Greenland with winds up to 90 knots. Continue reading

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Intense Tropical Cyclone Batsirai headed for Madagascar

Tropical Cyclone Batsirai over the South Indian Ocean is moving west-northwest at 4 knots with max winds estimated to 115 knots with significant wave heights to 16 meters (52 feet). Batsirai is an intense, highly symmetrical tropical cyclone with a 30 nm wide eye. Continue reading

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Major North Atlantic Hurricane-Force Storm expected

A rapidly developing 992 mb storm low is expected just off the coast of Newfoundland by 00UTC/6th and is forecast to move northeastward deepening to a 928 mb hurricane-force storm to the west-south west of Iceland by 12UTC/7th.  Continue reading

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North Pacific Marine Weather

The upper-level Jet over the North Pacific continues to be displaced mostly south of 40 N latitude over the western North Pacific then turns northeastward towards the Gulf of Alaska.   Continue reading

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Hurricane Force Storm to produce Blizzard Conditions

A developing low will deepen rapidly to a hurricane-force storm low by 36-48 hours.  Continue reading

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North Pacific Marine Weather Outlook

The upper-level jet stream continues to be displaced south of 40 N latitude across the western North Pacific while an Omega Block is situated over the eastern North Pacific. Continue reading

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