Weather Charts

Global weather systems:
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The winds, temperature clouds, and sea level pressures you see in the website are not live, but updated every 3 hours by a supercomputer. 
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Global Winds(at surface):
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Global Sea level pressure (at surface)
http://earth.nullschool.net/#current/wind/surface/level/overlay=mean_sea_level_pressure/


Global Temperature (at surface)
http://earth.nullschool.net/#current/wind/surface/level/overlay=temp/orthographic

Current Isobaric chart:
(For full size image please right click (on your mouse) and click "open image in new tab"
Weather Chart

For full isboric weather chart of the western north pacifc, click here

(How to read a Wind Barb [example] :

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Upper Level Winds:


 Lower Level Winds:


Current Wind Shear Chart:


Wind Shear Tendency forecast:
(click here to view the past 5 hours wind shear tendency loop)


Current Vorticity Chart:
(Click here to view a animation of the past 5hours in a loop)


Current Sea Surface temperatures 


More sea surface temperature links:
http://www.ssec.wisc.edu/data/sst

http://www.nnvl.noaa.gov/images/globaldata/GoesSST_Daily.png

http://ghrsst-pp.metoffice.com/data/OSTIA/latest_full.png

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Stream Line Analysis

(Stream Line Analysis shows the general movement of air in different elevations in the atmosphere.)
700 – 850MB STEERING FLOW


500 – 850 MB STEERING FLOW


300 -850 MB STEERING FLOW


200 – 700 MB STEERING FLOW


9 comments:

  1. Very good update.
    The Blog is fresh like after a really good rain!

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  2. Just made a new typhoon video ALL the video is from this AWESOME blog! peace

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  3. Hi There...There is TSPewa sited. will that hit the philippines? and how strong is it?

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    1. No it will not hit or even affect the Philippines. It will continue to move northwest and gradually dissipate in the northern pacific.

      It is currently a Tropical Storm with winds of 70km/h, and is not expected to become a Typhoon.

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    2. Im starting to track it now. Its almost category 5 and intensifying. Trying to see how close it will come to Moalboal, Cebu.

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  4. Good day. I have a question. Is there a possibility of TS Tapah of intensifying into a stromg typhoon? Is there enough moisture over the area? Thanks.

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    1. It will not become a strong typhoon. It should be at most a category 2, but that is unlikely.
      Strangely, the JTWC says it has winds of 97km/h when satellite imagery shows that the wind is moving at only 50km/h. Still, the storm indeed has an eye-like structure, meaning it could actually have 95km/h winds.

      Overall atmospheric conditions are not favourable for Tapah to become a strong typhoon.

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