Storm Man-Yi

Updated: 11/28/2018 1:22:14 AM
Once a typhoon, Man-yi has weakened to a tropical storm as it continues to track through the Northwestern Pacific Ocean, far to the east of Taiwan. The GPM core satellite provided a look at the rain rates throughout the storm and found heaviest rain displaced to the northeast of the center.
Source: DORRIS
Updated: 11/26/2018 1:01:43 AM
Tomas (Man-yi) weakened from a typhoon into a severe tropical storm before dawn on Monday, November 26, as it reentered the Philippine Area of Responsibility (PAR).
n a bulletin issued 4 am on Monday, the Philippine Atmospheric, Geophysical, and Astronomical Services Administration (PAGASA) said Tomas is already 1,410 kilometers east of Aparri, Cagayan.
The severe tropical storm now has maximum winds of 110 km/h from the previous 130 km/h and gustiness of up to 135 km/h from the previous 160 km/h.
Source: DORRIS
Updated: 11/24/2018 3:57:00 AM
Typhoon Man-yi (local name Tomas) entered the Philippine area of responsibility on Friday night (PAR), state weather bureau PAGASA said.
Tomas maintained its strength, packing sustained maximum winds of up to 145 kilometers per hour (kph) and gusts of up to 180 kph. It is moving north at a speed of 15 kph.
PAGASA said Tomas has no direct effect to the country yet, but might stay within PAR for several days. The weather disturbance is expected to leave the country on Wednesday, Nov. 28.
Source: DORRIS
Updated: 11/23/2018 1:08:55 AM
The typhoon with the international name Man-yi is expected to enter the Philippine Area of Responsibility (PAR) on Saturday, November 24.
It is moving northwest at 25 kilometers per hour (km/h), slower than its previous speed of 45 km/h on Thursday, November 22.
If it maintains its speed, it would enter the eastern boundary of PAR on Saturday morning. When Man-yi enters, it will be given the local name Tomas.
Man-yi also strengthened further on Friday morning, and now has maximum winds of 145 km/h from the previous 120 km/h and gustiness of up to 180 km/h from the previous 145 km/h.
Source: DORRIS
Updated: 11/22/2018 1:11:35 AM
Man-yi, the tropical storm outside the Philippine Area of Responsibility (PAR), intensified into a severe tropical storm late Thursday morning, November 22. This is as Tropical Depression Samuel, inside PAR, continues to move away from the country.
Source: DORRIS

Published Wednesday, November 21, 2018

The National Weather Service has now issued a Tropical Storm Warning for both Guam and Rota as Tropical Storm Man-Yi intensifies and remains on a track that is expected to bring it about 160 miles southwest of the island at its closest point of approach around noon on Thursday.

Guam remains in Condition of Readiness 3. A COR 2 declaration is expected by 7 p.m.

* The Guam Department of Education is preparing to open three emergency shelters at 8 p.m.

Those shelters are Astumbo Elementary in the north; B.P. Carbullido Elementary School in the central part of the island and Harry S. Truman Elementary School in the south.

At a heavy weather briefing Wednesday morning National Weather Service warning coordination meteorologist Chip Guard raised the estimates for both the wind speeds and rainfall expected for Guam from Man-Yi when it passes to our southwest on Thanksgiving Day.

Guard said the storm has been speeding along at 20 miles per hour in a more northwesterly direction which will bring it closer to Guam sooner than previously expected.

Man-Yi is projected to be a category 3 typhoon by tomorrow morning with winds up to 120 miles per hour around its core.

Here on Guam however the sustained winds will range between 30 and 45 miles per hour. Guard said we can expect those wind speeds as early as Thanksgiving morning and they may last through Thursday afternoon. Gusts of up to 55 miles per hour are possible throughout the day.
Source: DORRIS

Storm Man-Yi Facts

Power: 2
Affected Area: 1 km.
Alert Level: Orange
Category: Met
Response: Shelter
Severity: Severe
Urgency: Expected
Certainty: Observed

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