Tuesday, June 26, 2012

Will PAGASA Typhoon DINDO HIT Batanes? Tracks, Speed and Rain Volume

Typhoon DINDO Multiple Tracks from other countries including PAGASA

The 4th typhoon to enter Philippine Area of Responsibility (PAR) for 2012 is named "DINDO" currently 140 km North Northeast of Aparri, Cagayan with sustained winds of 75 kph near the center and gustiness reaching 90 kph as of 2 pm of June 28, 2012.

Will it hit Batanes group of islands or the Cagayan provinces?

Typhoon DINDO 3 Days Multiple Tracks

Multiple tracks shows that it will hit Batanes group of islands or Cagayan provinces this coming  June 28, 2012 (Noon to Evening) or morning of June 29, so it is better to prepare in advance to prevent damages and cost of lives.

You can visit PAGASA Project NOAH to determine your area Landslide and Flood hazards mapping and the amount of rain and volume in the last 1 hour. Rain probability is also forecast 6 hours in advance in your respective places.

Probability of Rain for 6 hours in Virac, Catanduanes - PAGASA Project NOAH

Coordinates: 19.7N, 122.3E
Typhoon Diameter: 400 km
Sustained Winds: 75 kph
Gustiness: 90 kph
Movement Speed: 19 kph West Northwest
Distance to Land: 140 km North northeast of Aparri, Cagayan
Forecast Landfall: June 28 (Noon to Evening) or morning of June 29
Rain Volume: 15 - 25mm per hour (heavy to intense) within 400 km diameter of the typhoon.


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1 comment:

apple said...

According to the Philippines weather report, 9 northern Luzon areas are under signal no.2. Typhoon Dindo really brought a big amount of rainfalls in the country that made landslide on the other place.

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