Our satellite image monitoring shows a low pressure area (LPA 94W) east of Guam. This LPA is moving west-northwest and if it maintains its forward speed, it will reach the Philippines around March 21.
The 24 hours animated satellite loop is here.
Currently this LPA has maximum sustained winds of 30 km/h and might become a Tropical Depression or a Tropical Storm. We keep an eye on LPA 94W!
- March 18, 2014 Low Pressure Area approaching Mindanao As foretasted last Saturday, the Low Pressure Are 94W is now within reach of Mindanao.
The first clouds of the trough have already […]
- August 22, 2013 Potential bad guy west of Guam … There is a Tropical Disturbance (LPA 91W) west of Guam. It is still too early to know whether it will develop into a cyclone or not. The […]
- July 24, 2014 2 Low Pressure Areas queuing up 2 Low Pressure Areas queuing up for the Philippines. The two LPAs 96W and 98W are slowly moving westwards. They are still weak with 1006 […]
- March 19, 2014 LPA upgraded to Tropical Depression JMA, the Japan Meteorological Agency, has upgraded LPA 94W to a Tropical Depression.
The 24 hours animated satellite loops are […]
- January 11, 2015 Low Pressure Area approaching A Low Pressure Area is approaching from the Pacific Ocean. At this moment the LPA is south-east of Guam and moves west at 10 kts (18.5 […]