Tropical Depression Kammuri

Last Updated: 1575568800

Location:
12.2N 246.5E
Movement:
SSE at 9 mph
Wind:
30 mph
Pressure:
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wtpn31 pgtw 052100
msgid/genadmin/joint typhoon wrncen Pearl Harbor hi//
subj/tropical depression 29w (Kammuri) warning nr 041//
rmks/
1. Tropical depression 29w (Kammuri) warning nr 041    
   01 active tropical cyclone in northwestpac
   Max sustained winds based on one-minute average
   wind radii valid over open water only
    ---
   warning position:
   051800z --- near 12.2n 113.5e
     movement past six hours - 165 degrees at 08 kts
     position accurate to within 040 nm
     position based on center located by satellite
   present wind distribution:
   Max sustained winds - 025 kt, gusts 035 kt
   wind radii valid over open water only
   dissipating as a significant tropical cyclone over water
   repeat posit: 12.2n 113.5e
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   forecasts:
   12 hrs, valid at:
   060600z --- 9.8n 112.8e
   Max sustained winds - 020 kt, gusts 030 kt
   wind radii valid over open water only
   dissipating as a significant tropical cyclone over water
   vector to 24 hr posit: 200 deg/ 15 kts
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   24 hrs, valid at:
   061800z --- 6.9n 111.7e
   Max sustained winds - 020 kt, gusts 030 kt
   wind radii valid over open water only
   dissipated as a significant tropical cyclone over water
    ---
remarks:
052100z position near 11.6n 113.3e.
05dec19. Tropical depression (td) 29w (Kammuri), located 
approximately 379 nm southeast of da nang, Vietnam, has tracked 
south-southeastward at 08 knots (kts) over the past six hours. 
Animated enhanced infrared (eir) satellite imagery reveals a fully 
exposed low level circulation center (LLCC) embedded in the southern 
portion of an extensive stratocumulus field associated with the 
cool, dry northeast surge event. Placed with high confidence, the 
initial position is based on the previously mentioned fully-exposed 
LLCC in eir. The initial intensity is set at 25 kts supported by a 
051312z metop-c partial ascat pass showing 20-25 kt winds wrapping 
into the LLCC from the east. The ascat pass also depicts a large 
swath of winds greater than 35 kts to the north of the system. These 
winds are not associated with the system, but are associated with 
the northeast surge event. TD 29w is currently tracking south-
southeastward within the flow of the northeast surge event. Driven 
by the northeast surge flow, the system is expected to turn south-
southwestward as it dissipates through the remainder of the forecast 
period. The cool, dry air of the surge event will become entrained 
into the system causing it to quickly weaken in conjunction with 
cooling sea surface temperatures and increasing vertical wind shear. 
Winds in the South China Sea will remain greater than 35 kts as TD 
29w dissipates. However, those winds solely associated with the 
northeast surge event. Model guidance is in excellent agreement for 
the remainder of the forecast period with the exception of navgem 
which turns to a more southwestward track after tau 12. There is 
high confidence in the jtwc forecast track as it is placed near the 
multi-model consensus. This is the final warning on this system by 
the joint typhoon wrncen Pearl Harbor hi. The system will be closely 
monitored for signs of regeneration. Maximum significant wave height 
at 051800z is 15 feet.//
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Storm Track Statistics

Date Time Lat Lon Wind (mph) Pressure Storm Type
Dec 04 00 GMT 14.3 118.0 65 -- Tropical Storm
Dec 04 06 GMT 14.2 116.9 50 -- Tropical Storm
Dec 04 12 GMT 14.4 116.1 45 -- Tropical Storm
Dec 04 18 GMT 14.8 115.3 40 -- Tropical Storm
Dec 05 00 GMT 14.2 114.3 40 -- Tropical Storm
Dec 05 06 GMT 13.8 113.7 40 -- Tropical Storm
Dec 05 12 GMT 13.0 113.3 35 -- Tropical Depression
Dec 05 18 GMT 12.2 113.5 30 -- Tropical Depression

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