Tropical Storm Halong continues to pummel the Mariana islands with winds gusting as high as 93kph. See his latest footage here. On Guam there has been reports of flooding, light damage to structures, and wide spread power outages. Furthermore flooding and downed trees has made traveling difficult as many roads became impassible Wednesday.
Tropical Storm Nakri formed during the early morning hours Wednesday South of Okinawa and the southern Japanese islands. Actually numerous locations have seen very gust winds indicating the approaching storm and the expanse of the wind field. First off this is a large storm system expands several thousand kilometers and likely effect millions of people
Tropical Storm Halong (Probable Typhoon) continues to rapidly develop as it bears down on the Mariana islands today packing winds up to 83 Gusting to 126kph as of Wednesday morning. Winds at Anderson AFB continue to climb as well as the storm approaches, even at 8AM tropical storm strength winds have already been reported
As if someone hit the on button 11W soon to be Halong has rapidly intensified over the course of the last few hours. This storm system has gained organization with concrete banding around its center. As of writing this update the latest information form the Guam NWS stated. WATCHES AND WARNINGS ——————– A TYPHOON WATCH
Out of the dual storms that are forming in the western pacific one threatens to become a strong typhoon. Near Guam this storm now a Tropical Depression is forecast to intensify bring gale force winds in the Mariana islands and then push west becoming a typhoon later this week. JTWC and JMA both