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Daily Sat. Update

Analysis is valid for 12Z on the 20th of April 2014

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Weak Low (Former TD) Possible in Philippines this Week

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Rainy Season Front Developing and Clear Weather in Korea

The rainy season front is starting to show signs of development this week as a band of cloud cover and light to moderate rainfall stretch from Western Japan to Eastern China.  In Mei prefecture 81mm of rainfall has fallen on Monday and more can be expected until Tuesday morning when the latest low running along…

Tropical Depression East of Philippines and Rainy Season Front

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Avalanche Kills 12 in the deadliest day on Everest

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