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Hawaii Hurricane Hector is OVER - (pg 6)

 
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Imagine a sky full of sharp laze moving at 100+ mph! ahhh
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Morpheus: That you are a slave, Neo. Like everyone else you were born into bondage, born into a prison that you cannot smell or taste or touch. A prison for your mind.

Morpheus further elaborates: What is The Matrix? Control. The Matrix is a computer generated dream world, built to keep us under control…
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If he is talking about Hector OP is soo wrong and Ventusky future casts are reckless and unscientific.

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I think were done here.
 Quoting: redhed6971


I don't fekking think so.
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That little mappy map you posted only goes to the 7th. And the trajectory shows it heading straight for Hawaii.

YOU are reckless and misleading.
 Quoting: Rose8



142
WTPZ45 KNHC 022041
TCDEP5

Hurricane Hector Discussion Number 9
NWS National Hurricane Center Miami FL EP102018
200 PM PDT Thu Aug 02 2018

Hector is a small but powerful hurricane this afternoon. Visible
GOES-15 data show that it has a 10 n mi wide eye, surrounded by a
increasingly symmetric area of deep convection. The latest
satellite estimates at 18 UTC were between 90 kt and 95 kt, and
since the presentation has continued to improve during the past few
hours, the initial wind speed is set to 95 kt.

Hector has intensified an impressive 50 kt over the past 24 hours-
remarkable since the environment did not seem particularly
favorable even 12 hours ago. What is perplexing about this forecast
is that, despite all of the global models showing a more conducive
environment during the next day or two, none of the regional
hurricane models show intensification, and in fact they all show
weakening. This would be a dramatic change, which seems pretty
unlikely given the current state of things. It makes the most sense
to show continuing strengthening, albeit at a reduced rate since the
SSTs do moderate, in line with the SHIPS & LGEM models. The new
forecast has a peak intensity at 72 hours when SSTs are the warmest
with the lowest environmental shear. After that time, water
temperatures and mid-level humidites should gradually decrease,
which will probably promote some weakening. Obviously this is a low
confidence forecast, and I wouldn't be surprised if it had to be
raised in the short term later tonight.

Hector continues on course, moving westward at 12 kt. The track
forecast for the next 3 days is of high confidence, since the
guidance is in good agreement and a large subtropical ridge is
providing a well-defined steering current. Complications arise in
the long range due to the potential interaction of Hector with a
mid-level trough in the Central Pacific. The latest models show
Hector moving into a weakness in the ridge associated with the
trough, causing a more west-northwestward motion earlier in the
forecast. This is a fairly subtle change but has led to most of
the guidance trending to the north. The official forecast is
shifted in that direction, but remains on the southwest side of the
guidance envelope, close to the corrected-consensus models.


FORECAST POSITIONS AND MAX WINDS

INIT 02/2100Z 14.1N 125.8W 95 KT 110 MPH
12H 03/0600Z 14.0N 127.6W 100 KT 115 MPH
24H 03/1800Z 13.9N 129.8W 105 KT 120 MPH
36H 04/0600Z 13.9N 132.0W 105 KT 120 MPH
48H 04/1800Z 13.8N 134.3W 105 KT 120 MPH
72H 05/1800Z 13.6N 139.0W 115 KT 130 MPH
96H 06/1800Z 14.5N 144.0W 110 KT 125 MPH
120H 07/1800Z 15.5N 149.0W 105 KT 120 MPH
 Quoting: Rose8


Why do you call it a "Hypercane"?? It's a CAT 3 with sustained winds are 115 kts at peak, a CAT 5 is > 136 kts sustained winds.

I also rely more upon the US Navy's Joint Typhoon Warning Center. They have a much better accurate forecast history. USN isn't fake news/MSM based.

[link to www.metoc.navy.mil]

Sorry to ruin your fear porn. Although, I'll see how far it marches across the Pacific Ocean over next week. I watch for tropical systems once they near Palau or Guam.
 Quoting: Agent MIB


I think it is unkind to label any thread where the OP is
giving an honest attempt to warn folks.

That being said...You need to realize that the so-called
"accurate weather models" are pretty much DEAD-IN-THE-WATER
NOW with our current up-tick in Gamma Ray Bursts and
the 180 electrical-connection to all the planets being on
one side of the sun (this has a very REAL affect on Earth.)

We had over 16 Gamma Ray Bursts detected for only the month
of July 2018...an unprecedented number...that has punched
"ELECTRICAL JUICE" into all the existing storms as well
as adding to earthquake intensities.

So...buckle-up Dorothy...YOU AERN'T IN KANSAS ANYMORE!

SurrenderDorothy
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Neo: What truth?

Morpheus: That you are a slave, Neo. Like everyone else you were born into bondage, born into a prison that you cannot smell or taste or touch. A prison for your mind.

Morpheus further elaborates: What is The Matrix? Control. The Matrix is a computer generated dream world, built to keep us under control…
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It's still too far way to say the danger is over. Keeping an eye on it for sure!
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Click-bait title sux

Hypercane winds exceed 700 MPH so this is not going to be a Hypercane, based on current forecast models it's barely going to be a major hurricane with winds topping near 120.
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Awww....did I make you click on the informative thread? Waaaa
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I've been away alllll weekend and missed out on the anti-doom snowflake posts. To them: "Sorry I invaded your safe space with my links-o-doom aka click-bait. If I have a catchy title, and people are reading it, what do you care? You're only mad because it didn't contain as much doom as you were hoping.

Fact is, whether you like it or not, this situation will be bad. Rev Woo-Woo made a valid point even that the laze, which is laced with glass particles like fine hair, can be whipped around the islands (drawn up into the hurricane), could ALSO become bigger than a Cat3 or Cat4 based on the water temps on the north side of the island due to volcanic outflow.

And...as suggested, if you don't like the post...leave. There are people on Hawaii who will want to be informed and also to share an on-ground viewpoint. "

Now, back to monitoring, which I will be doing this week. This is an uncommon situation and should NOT be taken with a grain of salt. This is not an ordinary hurricane passing over Good Ole Hawaii. No, there is an active eruption taking place that changes the scenario a bit. For one, hurricane tracks can change and take it directly over the island. Right now, it's bad enough that it's going to hit just the hot edge. Not only that, but it's going to dump a whole lot of rain on the other islands there too and they've already suffered enough already.
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Aloha from the Rev's home island. I'm supposed to fly out of here Thursday. Can anybody tell me how commercial flights deal with a hurricane? Will we just fly around it or over it or what? The forecast says by then the center should be on the south side of the Big Island.
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Aloha from the Rev's home island. I'm supposed to fly out of here Thursday. Can anybody tell me how commercial flights deal with a hurricane? Will we just fly around it or over it or what? The forecast says by then the center should be on the south side of the Big Island.
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The eye. But let me check on some maps and such for other tracks. These tracks can change significantly day to day. This could take a sudden track back north. Friday, it was on the North side of the island. THIS current track actually looks much better and would be a relief if it goes even further south.
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Well, the hurricane looks like it decreases in intensity and has for sure taken a southern track, maintaining a west-bound direction. The outer limits of the storm do not seem to be affecting Hawaii. If it stays its course, Hawaii may be in the clear for getting splashed. If it alters the course, it could hit Hawaii dead on in the middle.
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Slight potential it could go north, making a direct hit. One thing I notice is that they're going by "typical" models of hurricanes going towards Hawaii, citing that the storms usually lessen once they reach the cooler waters there, but right now, we've been having MONTHS of super heated lava pouring into the ocean. That HAS to have an impact on the temps there.
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Slight potential it could go north, making a direct hit. One thing I notice is that they're going by "typical" models of hurricanes going towards Hawaii, citing that the storms usually lessen once they reach the cooler waters there, but right now, we've been having MONTHS of super heated lava pouring into the ocean. That HAS to have an impact on the temps there.
 Quoting: Rose8


I would think the ocean temp would be pretty high around there. Last night, someone said they didn't think the storm would stay strong over land because the lava output is so low right now. Then in the next breath it was.. even though there is less lava for this fissure, that's still a whole lot of lava coming out. 1dunno1
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Slight potential it could go north, making a direct hit. One thing I notice is that they're going by "typical" models of hurricanes going towards Hawaii, citing that the storms usually lessen once they reach the cooler waters there, but right now, we've been having MONTHS of super heated lava pouring into the ocean. That HAS to have an impact on the temps there.
 Quoting: Rose8


Thanks for keeping us up to date, Rose8!bumpbumpbump
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Mr. BB3 says Hector might become a category 5, and that the warmer waters from the lava coming into the ocean might possibly draw Hector toward the island because hurricanes love heat. Shows models and possibilities. He emphasizes that it is too soon to tell, but if the hurricane turns even one degree north, it could impact the island.

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Hector (the destroyer) , same name as the one prophesying the destruction of Hawaii..

coincidence or omen ?

hahahahahahaha!


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Re-posting this here (FYI) from Rev's thread:

It was the calm before the storm of Hurricane Iniki — and Kauai didn't know what it was in for

On Sept. 11, 1992, the Category 4 hurricane devastated everything in her path, with catastrophic winds, storm surge, and flooding.

The day before the storm was just an ordinary day.

People were at work. Children were in school. Life on the island was laid back as usual.

Meanwhile, Iniki was about 400 miles south of Oahu -- slowing down and getting stronger.

But many people thought the powerful storm would not be a threat.

cont'd:

[link to www.hawaiinewsnow.com]

Iniki storm track. . .


Iniki track 1992
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Hector (the destroyer) , same name as the one prophesying the destruction of Hawaii..

coincidence or omen ?

hahahahahahaha!


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Sounds short for Hannibal Lecter

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Hector (the destroyer) , same name as the one prophesying the destruction of Hawaii..

coincidence or omen ?

hahahahahahaha!


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What prophecy?!damned
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I've never heard of a prophesy regarding this.
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Latest and greatest spaghetti models:

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Ventusky also shows the track remaining on the southern side throughout the week.

While this could change suddenly, this is still a wild card. And you can still see that there are two more hurricanes out to the East of this one, still rolling.
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Click-bait title sux

Hypercane winds exceed 700 MPH so this is not going to be a Hypercane, based on current forecast models it's barely going to be a major hurricane with winds topping near 120.
 Quoting: PivotPower


You ever been to the Hawaiian Islands??? This is an area unaccustomed to major storms, regardless of what you wish to call them, has massive numbers of tourists in low lying areas subject to nasty storm surges (the Hilton I stayed in on Waikiki last year would be inundated), and is generally prepared for only "paradise" type weather, and the random asshole who pushes the "incoming nuke" siren without reason.

I think we can all come up with ideas for something, on which, you can go pivot. Now find a thread to your liking, and stay away from this one.

OBTW, next time you see a storm packing 120mph sustained winds, please go stand in said winds, come back and let us know how it was.

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Aloha from the Rev's home island. I'm supposed to fly out of here Thursday. Can anybody tell me how commercial flights deal with a hurricane? Will we just fly around it or over it or what? The forecast says by then the center should be on the south side of the Big Island.
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Depends on the storm's location. You might be stuck and have to ride out that bucking bronco. 120 MPH sustained winds are nothing to balk at. Not to mention, storm surge, flooding and possible mudslides.
Fate whispers to the warrior

"You cannot withstand the storm"

and the warrior whispers back

"I am the storm"

INTJ:
Independent, original, analytical, and determined. Have an exceptional ability to turn theories into solid plans of action. Highly value knowledge, competence, and structure. Driven to derive meaning from their visions. Long-range thinkers. Have very high standards for their performance, and the performance of others. Natural leaders, but will follow if they trust existing leaders.

Life is karma and karma always reflects both past and present circumstance. Our time here is short, so choose carefully and behave well, for all of your tomorrows are presently being decided.

"A fool thinks himself to be wise, but a wise man knows himself to be a fool."
-- William Shakespeare, born April 23, 1564.

Follow. But! Follow only if ye be men of valor! For the entrance to this cave is guarded by a creature so foul, so cruel, that no man yet has fought with it... and lived! BONES of full fifty men lie *strewn* about its lair! So! Brave knights! If you do doubt your courage or your strength, come no further, for death awaits you all with nasty, big, pointy teeth...

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142
WTPZ45 KNHC 022041
TCDEP5

Hurricane Hector Discussion Number 9
NWS National Hurricane Center Miami FL EP102018
200 PM PDT Thu Aug 02 2018

Hector is a small but powerful hurricane this afternoon. Visible
GOES-15 data show that it has a 10 n mi wide eye, surrounded by a
increasingly symmetric area of deep convection. The latest
satellite estimates at 18 UTC were between 90 kt and 95 kt, and
since the presentation has continued to improve during the past few
hours, the initial wind speed is set to 95 kt.

Hector has intensified an impressive 50 kt over the past 24 hours-
remarkable since the environment did not seem particularly
favorable even 12 hours ago. What is perplexing about this forecast
is that, despite all of the global models showing a more conducive
environment during the next day or two, none of the regional
hurricane models show intensification, and in fact they all show
weakening. This would be a dramatic change, which seems pretty
unlikely given the current state of things. It makes the most sense
to show continuing strengthening, albeit at a reduced rate since the
SSTs do moderate, in line with the SHIPS & LGEM models. The new
forecast has a peak intensity at 72 hours when SSTs are the warmest
with the lowest environmental shear. After that time, water
temperatures and mid-level humidites should gradually decrease,
which will probably promote some weakening. Obviously this is a low
confidence forecast, and I wouldn't be surprised if it had to be
raised in the short term later tonight.

Hector continues on course, moving westward at 12 kt. The track
forecast for the next 3 days is of high confidence, since the
guidance is in good agreement and a large subtropical ridge is
providing a well-defined steering current. Complications arise in
the long range due to the potential interaction of Hector with a
mid-level trough in the Central Pacific. The latest models show
Hector moving into a weakness in the ridge associated with the
trough, causing a more west-northwestward motion earlier in the
forecast. This is a fairly subtle change but has led to most of
the guidance trending to the north. The official forecast is
shifted in that direction, but remains on the southwest side of the
guidance envelope, close to the corrected-consensus models.


FORECAST POSITIONS AND MAX WINDS

INIT 02/2100Z 14.1N 125.8W 95 KT 110 MPH
12H 03/0600Z 14.0N 127.6W 100 KT 115 MPH
24H 03/1800Z 13.9N 129.8W 105 KT 120 MPH
36H 04/0600Z 13.9N 132.0W 105 KT 120 MPH
48H 04/1800Z 13.8N 134.3W 105 KT 120 MPH
72H 05/1800Z 13.6N 139.0W 115 KT 130 MPH
96H 06/1800Z 14.5N 144.0W 110 KT 125 MPH
120H 07/1800Z 15.5N 149.0W 105 KT 120 MPH
 Quoting: Rose8


Why do you call it a "Hypercane"?? It's a CAT 3 with sustained winds are 115 kts at peak, a CAT 5 is > 136 kts sustained winds.

I also rely more upon the US Navy's Joint Typhoon Warning Center. They have a much better accurate forecast history. USN isn't fake news/MSM based.

[link to www.metoc.navy.mil]

Sorry to ruin your fear porn. Although, I'll see how far it marches across the Pacific Ocean over next week. I watch for tropical systems once they near Palau or Guam.
 Quoting: Agent MIB


I think it is unkind to label any thread where the OP is
giving an honest attempt to warn folks.

That being said...You need to realize that the so-called
"accurate weather models" are pretty much DEAD-IN-THE-WATER
NOW with our current up-tick in Gamma Ray Bursts and
the 180 electrical-connection to all the planets being on
one side of the sun (this has a very REAL affect on Earth.)

We had over 16 Gamma Ray Bursts detected for only the month
of July 2018...an unprecedented number...that has punched
"ELECTRICAL JUICE" into all the existing storms as well
as adding to earthquake intensities.

So...buckle-up Dorothy...YOU AERN'T IN KANSAS ANYMORE!

SurrenderDorothy
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That was the clumsiest "You're right, big jerk here" I ever heard?
epiclol

Click-bait title sux

Hypercane winds exceed 700 MPH so this is not going to be a Hypercane, based on current forecast models it's barely going to be a major hurricane with winds topping near 120.
 Quoting: PivotPower


Awww....did I make you click on the informative thread? Waaaa
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1 star gay thread. The thread is a half-effort at some scary paata, but the op acts like an idiot really.
*The Crayon font would save people a lot of time looking? They'd use it too because it looks bigger.
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Nobody is asking for your stars Timur. Nobody is asking anyone to be scared, but to be aware. And nobody determines my worth but me. So fekk off.

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Surf along east facing shores is already building this morning and is said to peak at 15 to 20 feet, mainly for the Puna and Kau districts of the Big Island.

The storm is currently about 890 miles east-southeast of Honolulu and about 680 miles east-southeast of Hilo and is moving west-northwest or 285 degrees at 16 mph.

Hector is still set to remain a major hurricane in the Pacific Ocean early this week and this morning remains a powerful Category 4 hurricane.

With winds of 155 mph, it is just shy of Category 5 intensity, which begins when sustained wind speeds reach 157 mph.


So yeah, storm surge, rain and wind are still going to be major risks.
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11.55am update: Hector not expected to make direct hit on Big Island - but will come close

The NHC said: "The new official forecast track has been nudged slightly southward and is roughly in between the previous official forecast and the latest model consensus.

"The forecast track brings the centre of Hector roughly around 165 miles south of the Big Island as a major hurricane on Wednesday, and given the proximity of the storm to the island, the Tropical Storm Watch remains in effect."

High winds, rain, flooding and the potential for thunderstorms could hit Big Island as the swirling vortex approaches form the east.

Possible impacts on the Big Island include:

Hazardous winds could sweep the island, causing damage to wooden porches, awnings and sheds. Large trees may also have limbs broken off, and trees with shallow roots could be snapped or uprooted. Roads could become blocked by debris and there may be power and communications outages.

Localised rainfall, especially in the Puna and Ka'u Districts, and localized flooding may cause evacuations.

Surf was already building Monday night and is expected to peak at 15 to 20 feet, mainly for the Puna and Ka'u District shorelines, late Tuesday or Wednesday.

The rest of the state will see little to no impact from Hector.

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Mr. BB3 says Hector might become a category 5, and that the warmer waters from the lava coming into the ocean might possibly draw Hector toward the island because hurricanes love heat. Shows models and possibilities. He emphasizes that it is too soon to tell, but if the hurricane turns even one degree north, it could impact the island.

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Hypercane winds exceed 700 MPH so this is not going to be a Hypercane, based on current forecast models it's barely going to be a major hurricane with winds topping near 120.
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You ever been to the Hawaiian Islands??? This is an area unaccustomed to major storms, regardless of what you wish to call them, has massive numbers of tourists in low lying areas subject to nasty storm surges (the Hilton I stayed in on Waikiki last year would be inundated), and is generally prepared for only "paradise" type weather, and the random asshole who pushes the "incoming nuke" siren without reason.

I think we can all come up with ideas for something, on which, you can go pivot. Now find a thread to your liking, and stay away from this one.

OBTW, next time you see a storm packing 120mph sustained winds, please go stand in said winds, come back and let us know how it was.
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Hypercane winds exceed 700 MPH so this is not going to be a Hypercane, based on current forecast models it's barely going to be a major hurricane with winds topping near 120.
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You ever been to the Hawaiian Islands??? This is an area unaccustomed to major storms, regardless of what you wish to call them, has massive numbers of tourists in low lying areas subject to nasty storm surges (the Hilton I stayed in on Waikiki last year would be inundated), and is generally prepared for only "paradise" type weather, and the random asshole who pushes the "incoming nuke" siren without reason.

I think we can all come up with ideas for something, on which, you can go pivot. Now find a thread to your liking, and stay away from this one.

OBTW, next time you see a storm packing 120mph sustained winds, please go stand in said winds, come back and let us know how it was.
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Love the suggestion he stand in the wind...

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Because I see good surf in my forecast.
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The 7th, 8th, 9th, 10th are going to be very bad days ahead for Hawaii...and not just big island.

Rev Woo-Woo...you better gear up love...

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What I'm showing is that the 9th is when it really hits Big Island...Hilo, LERZ, dropping around 8" of rain onto Fissure 8. Phreatic reaction much? Winds topping around 100mph around Hilo and the North entry areas.

The 9th through 10th, we're looking at around 6" (15.24cm) the first day and TWENTY inches (50.8cm) on the tenth.

First, we have massive inundation on Fissure 8. Also massive water weight on the already unstable slump. Next, we have serious flash flooding on Maui which already dealt with that a few months ago from just 12". Now closer to 25" coming.

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Typhoon location the 8th:
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Typhoon location the 9th:
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Precipitation on the islands:
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This is very grim.

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