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TROPICAL DISTURBANCE ALERT 93W/95W
POSITION: 8.7N,137.7E
WINDSPEED:20KTS/37KPH
SLP:1009.8MB
MOVEMENT:STATIONARY
POTENTIAL FOR 24HRS: STILL GOOD

TROPICAL DISTURBANCE WARNING 94W
POSITION: 15.5N, 122.9E
WINDSPEED: 15KTS/28KPH
SLP: 1010MB
MOVEMENT: ALMOST STATIONARY
POTENTIAL FOR 24HRS: STILL POOR

TROPICAL DISTURBANCE ALERT 96W
POSITION: 14.6N, 116.5E
WINDSPEED: 20KTS/37KPH
SLP: 1008MB
MOVEMENT: STATIONARY
POTENTIAL: GOOD

TROPICAL DISTURBANCE WARNING UNNAMED
POSITION: 4-6N, 165-167E
WINDSPEED: 10KTS/19KPH
SLP: 1010MB
MOVEMENT: WEST 7KTS/13KPH
POTENTIAL: FAIR


RAINRATE:20-21mm/hr

SYNOPSIS: WARNING 94W AND ALERT 96W OVER LUZON; WEAK MONSOON TROUGH (ITCZ) OVER VISAYAS AND MINDANAO.
Tropical disturbance alert 93/95W continues to struggle as frontal system over North interact with its circulation, however convection and vortices improved for the past 3 hours as shear remain ranging at 5-20kts along its periphery. Upper level divergence at 30kts remain good allowing it to persist despite of interruption of its intensification. 93/95W remain good for possible formation within 24hrs.
Meanwhile 94W continues to deepens despite of 20kts shear over the area. Vortices remain low indicating less formation of vortex along the area. Good anticyclone flow somehow help its maintaining strength but it is more likely to weaken this time and most probably merge with another deepening 96W over West of Luzon which is now a big potential this week. 96W now strenghtening along south China sea improves its convection which now more deeper. Latest vortices shows rapid strenghtening indicating a more spinning of its vortex near LLCC. With possible merging with 94W, 96W potential are now good within 24hrs as shear also relaxes and good anticyclone flow add some possible intensification for 96W. TPW are supporting with warm SST and 20kts upper divergence.
Another area far over western pacific developing and now under watch. (see imagery above)




AREAS MOSTLY PRECIPITATED BASED ON 3BR2RT TRMM IN THE PHILIPPINES



1 DAY
35.00 mm MALABANG/MINDANAO 7.62 124.07
37.00 mm PUERTO PRINCESA AFB 9.75 118.73
38.00 mm MALAYBALAY/MINDANAO 8.15 125.08
50.00 mm TACLOBAN/LEYTE ISL 11.25 125.00
57.00 mm VIRAC/CATANDUANES 13.58 124.23
3 DAYS
111.00 mm CASIGURAN/LUZON ISL 16.28 122.12
126.00 mm COTABATO/MINDANAO 7.17 124.22
131.00 mm INFANTA/LUZON ISL 14.75 121.65

7 DAYS
239.26 mm TANAY 14.50 121.35
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