Tropical Storm BAVI still approaching

Tropical Storm Bavi

Tropical Storm BAVI is still moving west. The storm has accelerated its forward speed to 35 km/h. This storm does not yet affect the Philippines but it is expected to enter PAR on Tuesday.

Japan’s Meteorological Agency (JMA) predicts that the storm will maintain its strength in the next 48 hours. Central pressure will decrease from 990 hPa down to 985 hPa. It will maintain its forward speed of 35 km/h. Its forward direction will remain west. If Tropical Storm BAVI continues without changing its behavior, it will reach the Philippines Area of Responsibility (PAR) on Tuesday next week.

Tropical Storm BAVI now threatens the Philippines

 Tropical Storm Bavi

Storm data:

Name (INTL. / local): BAVI
Class: Tropical Storm
Time/Date of observation: 5:00 p.m. on March 14, 2015
Location of Center: 13.5º North 151.0º East
Moving Direction and Speed: West @ 35 km/h
Moving towards: Northern Philippines
Distance from the Philippines: 3,000 km
Estimated Date / Time of Landfall: n/a
Max. Wind Speed near Center: 83 km/h
Peak Wind Gusts: 120 km/h
Minimum Central Pressure: 990 hPa
Diameter: n/a
24h Rainfall near Center: n/a
Max. Wave Height: n/a
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