Bagyong Yolanda is expected to enter PAR tomorrow, November 7, 2013. As of this writing, Typhoon Yolanda is still known with its international name Typhoon Haiyan and is located at 1,560 km East of Mindanao.
Below is the latest satellite image courtesy of NASA as released by international weather company accuweather.com.
Meanwhile, below is the MTSAT ENHANCED-IR satellite image as released by PAGASA earlier at 5:30 a.m. today.
Here is the latest weather bulletin from the Philippine weather bureau.
Northeast Monsoon affecting Northern and Central Luzon. Meanwhile, at 4:00 am today, November 6, 2013, the eye of Typhoon with International Name “HAIYAN”was located based on all available data at 1,560 km East of Mindano (07.4°N, 140.7°E) with maximum sustained winds of 120 kilometers per hour and gustiness of up to 150 kilometers per hour. It is forecast to move west at 30 kilometers per hour.
According to the international weather station, Typhoon Yolanda would enter the Philippine Area of Reponsibility (PAR) around Thursday night. Below is the projected path of the tropical cyclone from the international weather bureau.
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