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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

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DOPPLER RADARs (CREDITS: CLIMATEX)

TROPICAL CYCLONE KULAP

TROPICAL CYCLONE KULAP 09W REAL TIME ANIMATED IMAGERY

HIMAWARI THERMAL IMAGERY (STATIC)

HIMAWARI VISIBLE LOOP IMAGERY

HIMAWARI REAL TIME THUNDERSTORM/PRECIPITATION IMAGERY LOOP (15 MINUTES)

0-1.25mm/hr 1.25-7.5mm/hr 7.5-20mm/hr 20-30mm/hr 30-50mm/hr +50mm/hr
Weak TStorm Strong TStorm Intense TStorm Very Int. TStorm Ext. Int. TStorm

REAL TIME DVORAK (FOR REALTIME POSITION) movies (CLICK TO ZOOM IN, CTRL CLICK TO ZOOM OUT)





REAL TIME DVORAK TIME SERIES
WIND AND TRACK

MICROWAVE IMAGERY



REAL TIME HOURLY SURFACE WIND WITH VALUE.
CREDIT: VENTUSKY

RAINRATE


REAL TIME WITH VALUE.
CREDIT: VENTUSKY

TROPICAL CYCLONE FORECAST TRACK


JTWC TRACK

JMA TRACK

COMPUTER MODEL FORECAST

GFS AND NAVGEM TRACK

GEFS TRACK

CMC TRACK
STEERING WIND ANALSIS

SHALLOW LAYER STEERING

MIDDLE LAYER STEERING

DEEP LAYER STEERING

STEERING WIND ANALYSIS (CLICK TO ZOOM IN, CTRL CLICK TO ZOOM OUT)
ENVIRONMENTAL CONDITIONS

RELATIVE VORTICITY (CLICK TO VIEW LARGER)

WIND SHEAR AND DIRECTION (CLICK TO VIEW LARGER)

LOW LEVEL CONVERGENCE (CLICK TO VIEW LARGER): To identify potential areas where TC development may occur. Since the development of the TC secondary circulation (low-level inflow, updrafts in the TC eyewall, and upper-level outflow) is essential in the maturation and sustainment of a TC, identification of regions where strong TC convergent inflow near the surface can pinpoint those regions which are in favorable environments

UPPER LEVEL DIVERGENCE (CLICK TO VIEW LARGER): To estimate the strength of the TC secondary circulation, including the low-level inflow into the TC core, the convective updraft strength within the TC eyewall, and the resulting outflow/venting at the top of the TC. This dynamic can be important for storm growth and development

LOW LEVEL WINDS (CLICK TO VIEW LARGER): Mid-level infrared AMVs are utilized to monitor the atmospheric motion in the lower and middle troposphere (above the boundary layer), typically between 500mb and 950mb (explanation of heights) by tracking cloud edges over a sequence of infrared imagery. Low-level rotation of developing tropical waves and mid-level steering currents can be identified by tropical cyclone (TC) forecasters to help determine current atmospheric conditions that could affect TC development, intensity change, and movement

UPPER LEVEL WIND (CLICK TO VIEW LARGER): Upper-level water vapor and infrared AMVs are utilized to monitor the atmospheric motion in the middle and upper troposphere, typically between 100mb and 500mb (explanation of heights). by tracking gradients in a sequence of water vapor imagery and cloud edges in infrared imagery. Jet regions, steering currents, and tropical cyclone (TC) upper-level outflow regions can be identified by TC forecasters to help determine current atmospheric conditions that could affect TC intensity and movement

REAL TIME ANIMATION CLOUDTOP - APPROACH

REAL TIME WEATHER STATIONS (CLOSEST LAND APPROACH)


MISAMIS STATION
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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

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