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We are currently monitoring three (3) suspect areas of cloudiness over the Western Pacific.
The area most “promising” of the three is Invest 95W… located at 6.7°N 143.1°E, about 765km SSW of Guam, USA. This system is considered as an LPA by the JMA and PAGASA. Maximum winds is 15 kts and is moving West slowly.
The system is in an area of favorable conditions for further development ( High sea temperatures, low and decreasing vertical wind shear).
60% of the computer forecast models have aggressively depicted this area to be the next storm to develop by Sunday.
The two other areas, Invests 93W and 95W are located far out over 3000 km East-Southeast of Japan, near the International Dateline.
Chances of a new storm forming have increased with 95W, with potential formation occurring by Sunday, September 9th.
Data from NWS-Guam, PAGASA, Japan Met (JMA), Thai Met (TMD), JTWC, CIMSS, NRL, NOAA CPC, PSU Met Dept.
Prepared by: @ManilaTC | #ClarkEligue
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