“Typhoon No. 2 Forecast and Impact: Expert Analysis on Its Path and Effects”

Typhoon No. 2 What is the next course?Commentary by a weather forecaster[05/29 19:58]

A large and very strong Typhoon No. 2 continues to move east of the Philippines to the northwest. The central atmospheric pressure is 950 hectopascals. It is expected to move northwest after this and gradually change its course from north to northeast.

The center of the forecast circle at 3:00 pm on the 2nd is near the main island of Okinawa.

Then, at 3:00 pm on Saturday, the 3rd, it is expected to move into a forecast circle centered around 130 km south-southeast of Naze.

As of 3:00 pm on the 3rd, the intensity is 990 hectopascals, and it is not expected to be accompanied by a storm area, but if the forecast circle is still large and the northernmost course, there is a possibility that it will be near Tane and Yaku. However, there is a possibility that it is still south of Okinawa if it is a southerly course. In any case, the impact is likely to be long-lasting, especially at sea.

And there is a risk that it will stimulate the rainy season front and lead to heavy rain. Forecast for wind and rain at 3pm on Friday the 2nd. Active rain clouds near the center of the typhoon are hanging over Amami Oshima, but active rain clouds are also expected on the Pacific Ocean side where moist air from the southeast hits even near the mainland of the prefecture.

In this simulation, the center of the typhoon is expected to be near Amami Oshima at 3:00 pm on the 2nd, but according to the typhoon information earlier, the center of the forecast circle at 3:00 pm on the 2nd is predicted to be near the main island of Okinawa. rice field. This indicates that it is difficult to predict the course of this typhoon.

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Typhoon No. 2[rain and wind simulation continuous images]here

2023-05-29 10:58:00
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