WELCOME TO TYPHOON AND WEATHER IMAGERY. THIS BLOG CONTAINS REAL TIME WEATHER, TROPICAL CYCLONE UPDATES AND IMAGERY, AND TROPICAL CYCLONE FORECAST. CONTENTS OF DROP DOWN MENU CAN BE FOUND AFTER PHILIPPINE IMAGERY BELOW (SCROLL DOWNWARD). THANK YOU VERY MUCH FOR VISITING THIS SITE. YOU ARE FREE TO MAKE ANY COMMENT(S) OR FEEDBACK(S) ABOUT THIS BLOG.

ACTIVE LOW OR TROPICAL CYCLONES

CLICK IMAGERIES TO REDIRECT ON COMPLETE IMAGERIES AND INFORMATIONS (Imageries will be seen after Philippines imagery below)

MORA

95W INVEST

LANGUAGE TRANSLATION

LAS PINAS CITY REALTIME DATA (CREDITS: MANILA OBSERVATORY)

PRESSURE TEMPERATURE RAINFALL WINDSPEED SOLAR RADIATION

PHILIPPINES HIMAWARI SATELLITE IMAGERY (10 MINUTES UPDATE) AND RAINFALL MAP (CREDITS: CLIMATEX)

WESTERN PACIFIC HIMAWARI IR IMAGERY (CLICK LINK TO VIEW)
WESTERN PACIFIC HIMAWARI DAYTIME VISIBLE IMAGERY (CLICK LINK TO VIEW)
HIMAWARI 30MINUTES WATER VAPOR LOOP IMAGERY (CLICK LINK TO VIEW)
HIMAWARI HOURLY FUNKTOP LOOP IMAGERY (RAINFALL) (CLICK LINK TO VIEW)
HIMAWARI CLOUDTOP IMAGERY (THUNDERSTORMS COURTESY OF THAILAND METEOROLOGICAL DEPT.) (CLICK LINK TO VIEW)
BACK TO THERMAL IMAGERY (CLICK LINK TO VIEW)

REAL TIME HOURLY SURFACE WIND AND RAINRATE WITH VALUE

CREDIT: VENTUSKY

Error: Embedded data could not be displayed.

DOPPLER RADARs (CREDITS: CLIMATEX)

PHILIPPINES SOLAR ECLIPSE SCHEDULE



2010-2100 PHILIPPINES SOLAR ECLIPSE SCHEDULE


CLICK TO SEE IN GOOGLE MAP (WITH MAGNITUDE OF ECLIPSE)


JAN 15 2010 PARTIAL
MAY 20 2012 PARTIAL
MAY 10 2013 PARTIAL
MARCH 9 2016 PARTIAL
DEC 26 2019 TOTAL (BAYAN NG SARANGANI, SOUTHERN MINDANAO)
JUNE 21 2020 PARTIAL
APRIL 20 2023 PARTIAL
JUL 22 2028 PARTIAL
JUN 01 2030 PARTIAL
MAY 21 2031 PARTIAL
NOV 3 2032 PARTIAL
SEPT 2 2035 PARTIAL
JULY 13 2037 PARTIAL
DEC 26 2038 PARTIAL
OCT 25 2041 PARTIAL
SEPT 20 2042 TOTAL (PALAWAN, PANAY, SOUTHERN MINDORO, CAMARINES PROV, CATANDUANES, MASBATE,)
OCT 14 2042 PARTIAL
FEB 5 2046 PARTIAL
JAN 26 2047 PARTIAL
NOV 25 2049 PARTIAL
SEPT 22 2052 PARTIAL
MAR 20 2053 PARTIAL
JULY 1 2057 PARTIAL
SEPT 3 2062 PARTIAL
FEB 28 2063 ANNULAR (MINDANAO)
AUG 24 2063 PARTIAL
FEB 17 2064 PARTIAL
MAY 31 2068 PARTAL (MINDANAO ONLY)
APRIL 11 2070 TOTAL (ITBAYAT, BATANES GROUP)
FEB 7 2073 PARTIAL (NORTHERN LUZON ONLY)
JAN 27 2074 PARTIAL
JULY 24 2074 ANNULAR (CAVITE, BATANGAS, SOUTHERN QUEZON, CAMARINES PROV., CATANDUANES)
JULY 13 2075 PARTIAL (NORTHERN LUZON ONLY)
MAY 22 2077 PARTIAL (MINDANAO ONLY)
SEPT 3 2081 PARTIAL
AUG 24 2082 TOTAL (TAWI-TAWI)
JUNE 22 2085 PARTIAL
DEC 6 2086 PARTIAL (LUZON ONLY)
OCT 4 2089 PARTIAL
NOV 27 2095 PARTIAL
MAY 22 2096 TOTAL (MINDANAO)
NOV 15 2096 ANNULAR (TAWI-TAWI)

2100-2200 SCHEDULE OF PHILIPPINES SOLAR ECLIPSE (TOTAL/ANNULAR)


SEPT 26 2136 TOTAL (ZAMBALES, BULACAN, NUEVA ECIJA, POLILIO, NORTHERN QUEZON)
AUG 5 2157 ANNULAR (NORTHERN LUZON)
MAY 25 2161 ANNULAR- GREATEST ECLIPSE 1M12S DURATION (PANGASINAN, AURORA, NUEVA VISCAYA)
MAR 23 2164 HYBRID (MINDORO, MARINDUQUE, SOUTHERN QUEZON, ALBAY)
APR 23 2172 ANNULAR (BATANES GRP)
OCT 29 2190 HYBRID (NORTHERN LUZON)


SOURCE: NATIONAL AERONAUTICS AND SPACE ADMINISTRATION (NASA)

NOTE:
There are four types of solar eclipses:
  • A total eclipse occurs when the Sun is completely obscured by the Moon. The intensely bright disk of the Sun is replaced by the dark silhouette of the Moon, and the much fainter corona is visible. During any one eclipse, totality is visible only from at most a narrow track on the surface of the Earth.
  • An annular eclipse occurs when the Sun and Moon are exactly in line, but the apparent size of the Moon is smaller than that of the Sun. Hence the Sun appears as a very bright ring, or annulus, surrounding the outline of the Moon.
  • A hybrid eclipse (also called annular/total eclipse) transitions between a total and annular eclipse. At some points on the surface of the Earth it is visible as a total eclipse, whereas at others it is annular. Hybrid eclipses are comparatively rare.
  • A partial eclipse occurs when the Sun and Moon are not exactly in line and the Moon only partially obscures the Sun. This phenomenon can usually be seen from a large part of the Earth outside of the track of an annular or total eclipse. However, some eclipses can only be seen as a partial eclipse, because the umbra never intersects the Earth's surface, passing above the Earth's polar regions.


JUST VOTE OR COMMENT FOR FEEDBACK
Post a Comment

RAPID FIRE STATION

REAL TIME WEATHER NEAR MY PLACE



AYALA ALABANG

TWO FRAME RAINRATE IMAGERY


DMSP SSM/IS RAINRATE

AMSU RAINRATE

NORTH INDIAN OCEAN WESTERN PACIFIC CENTRALPACIFIC
SOUTH INDIAN OCEAN SOUTH PACIFIC OCEAN SOUTH ATLANTIC
EASTERN PACIFIC NORTH ATLANTIC
VORTICITY Percent Pixels Colder than -40°C 850-200 hPa Vertical Shear (kt) Cloud-cleared Water Vapor Brightness Temperature (°C)MSLP (hPa)

HIMAWARI WESTERN PACIFIC IR TEMPERATURE IMAGERY

MY TWEETER

Academics

Lijit Search

GOOGLE SEARCH TOPIC

Search YouTube

Top Stories - Google News

Blog Archive

REFRESH TO UPDATE