Tropical Storm BAVI weakens

Tropical Storm Bavi

Tropical Storm BAVI weakens while maintaining its westward track towards the Philippines – heading for Luzon. Tropical Storm BAVI is expected to enter PAR on Tuesday afternoon.  

Good News

Tropical Storm BAVI is weakening. From today’s 994 hPa central pressure it will increase to 1000 hPa on Wednesday. The storm then might be downgraded to Tropical Depression. The depression might make landfall on Thursday.

Tropical Storm Bavi

During the last 24 hours satellite observations made us even hope that the storm might turn northwards. Rather weak High Pressure Areas over southern China and Japan prevent this movement. The track forecasts of the different agencies are uniform. Only in the final approach to Luzon they spread from northern Bicol up to Aurora.

Tropical Storm Bavi

Storm data:

Name (INTL. / local): BAVI
Class: Tropical Storm
Time/Date of observation: 5:00 a.m. on March 16, 2015
Location of Center: 12.9º North 142.6º East
Moving Direction and Speed: West @ 35 km/h
Moving towards: Northern Philippines
Distance from the Philippines: 1,800 km
Estimated Date / Time of Landfall: n/a
Max. Wind Speed near Center: 74 km/h
Peak Wind Gusts: 111 km/h
Minimum Central Pressure: 994 hPa
Diameter: n/a
24h Rainfall near Center: n/a
Max. Wave Height: n/a
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 Current weather is here 

We keep an eye on this storm. Next update as soon as we get new data.

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