Tropical Storm YAGI / Dante still brings rain to the Philippines
Tropical Storm YAGI / Dante has intensified and still brings rain to the Philippines while it is moving towards Southern Japan.
At 06:00 a.m. PST today, the center of Tropical Storm YAGI / Dante was located over the northeastern part of the Philippine Sea about 924 km east-northeast of Santa Ana, Cagayan. It is currently moving north to north-northeast with an increased forward speed of 22 km/h in the general direction of Southern Japan.
The multi-agency forecast has narrowed and points now to southern Japan.
|Name (INTL. / local):||YAGI / Dante|
|Time/Date of observation:||06:00 a.m. on June 09, 2013|
|Location of Center:||19.7º North 130.9º East|
|Moving Direction and Speed:||NNE @ 22 km/h|
|Moving towards:||Southern Japan|
|Distance from the Philippines:||92 km ENE of Sta. Ana, Cagayan|
|Estimated Date / Time of Landfall:||n/a|
|Max. Wind Speed near Center:||65 km/h|
|Peak Wind Gusts:||85 km/h|
|Minimum Central Pressure:||996 hPa|
|24 h Rainfall near Center:||220 mm|
|Max. Wave Height:||4 m = 12 ft|
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