Typhoon UTOR / Labuyo is now Category 4 !

Typhoon UTOR / Labuyo 2013-08-11

Typhoon  UTOR / Labuyo has significantly intensified during its approach of the Philippines. Already by noon peak wind speeds of  230 km/h were measured. Rainfall is getting heavy with 300 mm in 24 hours. 

DANGER: Aside the high wind speed of up to 235 km/h the heavy rainfall may trigger landslides and flash-floods.

Typhoon  UTOR / Labuyo 2013-08-11

Typhoon  UTOR / Labuyo 2013-08-11
Typhoon  UTOR / Labuyo 2013-08-11
Storm data:

Name (INTL. / local): UTOR / Labuyo
Class: Typhoon Category 4
Time/Date of observation: 04:40 PM on August 11, 2012
Location of Center: 15.3º North 124.3º East
Moving Direction and Speed: West-Northwest @ 22 km/h 
Moving towards: Aurora-Quirino Area
Distance from the Philippines: 375 km from Casiguran, Aurora
Estimated Date / Time of Landfall: Monday morning 03:00 – 06:00 a.m. in  Aurora-Quirino Area
Max. Wind Speed near Center: 195 km/h 
Peak Wind Gusts: 245 km/h
Minimum Central Pressure: 948 hPa
Diameter: 555 km
24h Rainfall near Center: 300 mm 
Max. Wave Height: 10 m
Here you find how to read and understand this data Link

 Current weather is here Link

Next update around 07:00 PM this evening.

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