20 knots 998HPA
no descarta que llegue a CAT.IIAdvisory Number 4
on a Tropical Low
issued by the Vanuatu Meteorological Service, Port Vila
at 1:25am VUT Tuesday 11 January 2011.
At 11:00pm local time today, Tropical Low (998 hPa)
was located near 17.4S 168.8E.
The Tropical Low is positioned at letter I, Number 7 of the Vanuatu Tropical
Cyclone Tracking map. That is about 50 KM east northeast of Efate. The system
is moving southwest at 3 KM/HR. The potential for the system to become a
tropical cyclone within the next 24 to 48 hours and move towards the Vanuatu
group is moderate to high.
Date and Time Position Intensity
+06 hours (5am, 11 Jan) 17.6S, 168.8E 30 KTS (55 KM/HR)
+12 hours (11am, 11 Jan) 17.8S, 168.8E 40 KTS (75 KM/HR)
+18 hours (5pm, 11 Jan) 18.0S, 168.7E 40 KTS (75 KM/HR)
+24 hours (11pm, 11 Jan) 18.2S, 168.6E 40 KTS (75 KM/HR)
+36 hours (11am, 12 Jan) 18.6S, 168.0E 40 KTS (75 KM/HR)
+48 hours (11pm, 12 Jan) 19.1S, 167.4E 40 KTS (75 KM/HR)
Heavy rainfall and thunder is expected over Torba, Sanma, Penama and Malampa
provinces and extending to Shefa and Tafea provinces, later. Flooding over low
lying areas is expected. Winds of 40 to 60 kilometres per hour are expected
inland over south of Penama, Shefa, Malampa and Tafea Province in the next
24 to 48 hours. The National Disaster Management Office (NDMO) advices people
in these areas to take extra precautions, especially people closer to the river
The Vanuatu Meteorological Service will issue the next advisory on the system
at 06:00am today or earlier if the situation changes. People should listen to
Radio outlets for any update information on this system.Tropical Disturbance
Summary For area Equator to 25S, 160E to 120W
ISSUED FROM RSMC NADI Jan 10/0825 UTC 2011 UTC.
TROPICAL DEPRESSION TD03F CENTRE 997HPA
WAS ANALYSED NEAR 17.4S
170.1E AT 100600 UTC AND SLOW MOVING. POSITION POOR BASED ON MTSAT IR
IMAGERY WITH ANIMATION AND PERIPHERAL SURFACE OBSERVATIONS. SST
AROUND 29 DEGREE CELSIUS.
FOR MORE INFORMATION ON TD03F, REFER TO THE LATEST TROPICAL
DISTURBANCE ADVISORY ISSUED FROM RSMC NADI.
NO OTHER SIGNIFICANT TROPICAL DISTURBANCE ANALYSED OR FORECAST IN THE
AREA.Weather BulletinIssued from the National Weather Forecasting Centre Nadi
at 6:13pm on Monday the 10th of January 2011
Situation: A trough of low pressure with associated cloud and rain
remains slow moving over the Fiji group.
Forecast to midnight tomorrow for the Fiji group:
Occasional rain and few squally thunderstorms over most places.
Isolated heavy falls likely.
Flooding of low lying areas expected.
Moderate north to northeast winds, fresh and gusty at times.
Rough seas.Marine Weather Bulletin
Issued from the National Weather Forecasting Centre Nadi
at 11:57pm on Monday the 10th of January 2011Situation:
A trough of low pressure with associated cloud and rain remains slow
moving over the Fiji group.
Forecast to midnight tonight for Fiji waters:
North to northeast winds 15 to 20 knots.
Moderate to rough seas.
Moderate northerly swells.
Poor visibility in areas of heavy rain and squally thunderstorms.
Further outlook: North to northeast winds up to 20 knots.
El CIMSS ya sigue al sistema , al igual que el centro meteorológico de Fiji.ECMWF
Importante salto ha dado en sus ultimas 24 horas. Saludos