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Tag Archives: tropical cyclones in the Pacific
Hurricane Nicole Heading for Bermuda
Hurricane Nicole has continued strengthening and is now category 4 on the Saffir-Simpson Hurricane Wind Scale with sustained winds near 130 mph. It is forecast to pass either directly over or very close to Bermuda later today. Whilst Bermuda sits … Continue reading
Posted in Met Office News Tagged Atlantic hurricane season, Bermuda, flooding, heavy rain, Hurrican Nicole, Japan Meteorological Agency, Philippines, Storm surge, strong winds, tropical cyclones in the Pacific, US National Hurricane Center Comments Off on Hurricane Nicole Heading for Bermuda
Global tropical storms, heavy rain and snow
With the weather in the UK still relatively settled we take a look at where the weather may have an impact around the world in the coming days. Hurricane Nicole in the Atlantic Since yesterday Nicole, located in the Atlantic … Continue reading
Posted in Met Office News Tagged Atlantic hurricane season, canada, gales, heavy rain, Hurricane Nicole, hurricanes, Mediterranean, pacific, Rockies, snow, tropical cyclones in the Pacific, usa Comments Off on Global tropical storms, heavy rain and snow
Cyclone Quartet in the Tropics
There are currently four cyclones active across tropical regions of the Pacific and Indian Oceans. Here we take a look at each storm and its impacts. Cyclone Pam is the most intense of the four cyclones and, at the time … Continue reading
Posted in Met Office News Tagged Australian Bureau of Meteorology, Bavi, Fiji Meteorological Service, Japan Meteorological Agency, Nathan, Olwyn, Pam, Tropical cyclones, tropical cyclones in the Pacific, tropical storms Comments Off on Cyclone Quartet in the Tropics