Typhoon Ketsana hits Vietnam; death toll in Philippines swells to 246

By: Dr. Jeff Masters , 1:37 PM GMT on September 29, 2009

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Typhoon Ketsana slammed into Vietnam this morning as a Category 2 typhoon with 105 mph winds. Ketsana brought sustained winds of 55 mph, gusting to 71 mph to Da Nang Vietnam. Heavy rainfall amounts of 7.2" and 9.1" were observed at Da Nang, and Hue, respectively, over the past two days. Floods and landslides in Vietnam from Ketsana's heavy rains have already claimed at least 22 lives.


Figure 1. Cars being swept away by Ketsana's flood waters in Manila's Park 9 Alley, where the Barangay Hall of Loyola Heights is located. Image credit: Manuel Quezon III.

The death toll in the Philippines from Ketsana continues to rise, with 284 dead or missing. The storm flooded the homes of 1.9 million people, leaving 350,000 people homeless. Ketsana brought 16.7 inches of rain in a twelve-hour period to Manila on Saturday, which was the heaviest 1-day rainfall ever recorded in the city. Ketsana is the third deadliest deadliest tropical cyclone to affect the globe so far this year. The deadliest was Typhoon Morakot, which left 654 people dead or missing on Taiwan, when it hit the island as a Category 2 typhoon on August 7. The second deadliest was Cyclone Aila, which made landfall near the India/Bangladesh border on May 25 as a tropical storm with 70 mph winds. Aila killed at least 339 people, 149 in India and 190 in Bangladesh.

The Philippines have three more tropical cyclones to their east to keep an eye on. So far, none of these storms appear to pose a major threat. Tropical Storm Parma is expected to curve to the northwest and miss the islands, Tropical Depression 18 is expected to dissipate, and newly-formed Tropical Depression 20 will probably pass to the north of the islands.


Figure 2. Rainfall from Tropical Storm Ketsana as estimated by NASA's TRMM satellite. Image credit: NASA Earth Observatory.

How to help Ketsana victims
Help the UN World Food Programme by making a donation. This program identifies families in specific need of aid. Just $18 provides a family with rice for two weeks. This is the most critical and immediate way you can make an impact.

Donate to the International Red Cross and help them continue to put relief workers on the ground in the Philippines.

Donate via Catholic Relief Services online of the Philippines or call 1-877-HELP-CRS.

Quiet in the Atlantic
None of the computer models are forecasting tropical storm formation in the Atlantic over the next seven days. Wind shear is predicted to be high in the Gulf of Mexico and Caribbean this week, limiting the potential for anything to affect land.

Jeff Masters

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675. winter123
8:12 PM GMT on September 30, 2009
ugh. took me this long to figure out theres a new blog. /facedeskcausenosebleed
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674. winter123
7:53 PM GMT on September 30, 2009
Quoting hydrus:
I think I saw seven storms all lined up in the Pacific in the 1970,s. I used your avatar for the backdrop on the computer,hope you dont mind.


LOL of course not. 7? could you possibly get an image? I've seen it active, but never 7... maybe 5, very far apart
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673. hydrus
2:14 PM GMT on September 30, 2009
Quoting Magicchaos:
Parma is what Dr. Steve Lyons would call a "Vorticane" I believe.

He called Hurricane Carlos that earlier this year but it was about half Parma's size.
Vortcane does not sound right. Over in the Indian ocean they use the term Micro-cyclone, I think that sounds more appropriate. On the other hand, one micro-cyclone just 31 miles wide skirted up the coast and killed 1500 people. Nothing micro about that.
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672. hydrus
2:07 PM GMT on September 30, 2009
Quoting winter123:
THREE systems in a row in the WPAC? This has to be some kind of record. Like least total distance between three storms.


Link
I think I saw seven storms all lined up in the Pacific in the 1970,s. I used your avatar for the backdrop on the computer,hope you dont mind.
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671. IKE
1:29 PM GMT on September 30, 2009
NEW BLOG!
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670. mikatnight
1:29 PM GMT on September 30, 2009
Quoting Orcasystems:


This blog you can learn something... the comments section in my is just light hearted comic relief from a stressful day :)


Says alot about the stress level when yours is so popular.

Quoting Dakster:


Funny you should say that. Three days ago I looked outside and there was a SWARM of bees flying around my house, must have been thousands. I have seen very few since. Maybe it is just the time of year they spawn or look for a new nest and make a new queen??? Don't really know. South Florida here...


"If the bee disappears from the surface of the earth, man would have no more than four years to live."
Albert Einstein

Now I really gotta git...
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669. tornadodude
1:28 PM GMT on September 30, 2009
Good Morning guys,

so my parents are camping up at Lake Placid, New York, and my dad calls and tells me it's snowing
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668. brohavwx
1:26 PM GMT on September 30, 2009
Quoting IKE:
Wave at 45W doesn't even get a sniff ...



I would say it should have but because the 'models' don't predect anything they don't say anything, until of course its staring everyone in the face.

QuickSat about five (5) hours ago showed a definite shift in the surface wind around 44/45W between 10 & 13N ...



... and recent satellite pictures ...



... are beginning to show some form of organisation. It may not last mind you but the next few hours should be interesting.

GFS model does have a flicker of something in the this area too but does not hold it, but then have the models been that spot on this season so far, no, we've had a few hard cases - seems like an El Nino year puts the models out to sea in some cases.

We've seen a good run on the models in the last couple of years but this shows that they are not perfect.

Later.
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667. Magicchaos
1:22 PM GMT on September 30, 2009
Parma is what Dr. Steve Lyons would call a "Vorticane" I believe.

He called Hurricane Carlos that earlier this year but it was about half Parma's size.
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666. Orcasystems
1:22 PM GMT on September 30, 2009
Quoting mikatnight:
Morning Orca -
Your blog is sooo funny. Almost as popular as this one.

Overcast here today w/ slightly cooler temps. Should be a little easier for os work.

Speaking of which, time to go make some dough. Hope everyone has a great day...


This blog you can learn something... the comments section in my is just light hearted comic relief from a stressful day :)
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665. Dakster
1:17 PM GMT on September 30, 2009
Quoting zebralove:
does anyone have any weather related ideas as to why in spring hill fl after haveing seen 0 big bumble bees would we have found 15 of them hanging out around the front porch light tonight? Is it possible they are acting different because of the cold front moving across the states?


Funny you should say that. Three days ago I looked outside and there was a SWARM of bees flying around my house, must have been thousands. I have seen very few since. Maybe it is just the time of year they spawn or look for a new nest and make a new queen??? Don't really know. South Florida here...
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664. mikatnight
1:15 PM GMT on September 30, 2009
Morning Orca -
Your blog is sooo funny. Almost as popular as this one.

Overcast here today w/ slightly cooler temps. Should be a little easier for os work.

Speaking of which, time to go make some dough. Hope everyone has a great day...
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663. MisterJohnny
1:14 PM GMT on September 30, 2009
Chicklit, PensacolaDoug, Beachfoxx and Ike,

Enjoy your cool weather!
662. Orcasystems
1:10 PM GMT on September 30, 2009

AOI

AOI

AOI

AOI
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661. PensacolaDoug
12:58 PM GMT on September 30, 2009
57.3F on the shores of beautiful Bayou Grande this morn. Gotta love it! Have a good day everyone!
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660. AllStar17
12:57 PM GMT on September 30, 2009
Graphics Update:






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657. Beachfoxx
12:51 PM GMT on September 30, 2009
Ike,

I show 53.3... wow! Lovely morning, do I have to go to work?? LOL

Later!
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656. Beachfoxx
12:49 PM GMT on September 30, 2009
653. Chicklit

I could learn to love this weather! LOL

Often think it would be nice to have these temps year round... but then we would not be Florida, vacation paradise, would we?

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655. IKE
12:48 PM GMT on September 30, 2009
Quoting Beachfoxx:
Morning,

Hey Ike, wonderful weather we are having here on the Panhandle!
A lot to be thankful for as we look to the Philippines and Vietnam.
This is the best time of year here on the NGOM coast!

Everyone have a great day, hi-ho, hi-ho, its off to work I go!


Happy selling!

55.4 was my low this morning.
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654. Beachfoxx
12:47 PM GMT on September 30, 2009
Morning,

Hey Ike, wonderful weather we are having here on the Panhandle!
A lot to be thankful for as we look to the Philippines and Vietnam.
This is the best time of year here on the NGOM coast!

Everyone have a great day, hi-ho, hi-ho, its off to work I go!
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653. Chicklit
12:44 PM GMT on September 30, 2009
Gorgeous morning in Central Florida.
The windows are open two nights in a row :)
Relief from the heat is here, finally!
Just wish it would last into the days.
Lots of seismic activity out there and
misery in other parts of the world.
Fugate is a trusted name in Florida.
Let's hope he can turn FEMA around and restore its credibility.
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648. litestar
12:02 PM GMT on September 30, 2009
Good Moring all palmbay Fla 69 It is really cool out side.
647. IKE
11:48 AM GMT on September 30, 2009
Looking at the extended models...especially the 00Z ECMWF, it bombs a system off of New England the end of next week and shows strong high pressure building in behind it down to the SE USA.

Interesting to see if that plays out. May be the final nail in the coffin along the northern gulf-coast.


Quoting KEEPEROFTHEGATE:
its itcz enhancement nothing more ike some showers for sa from that maybe southern windwards



I'm getting close to waving the white-flag on the Atlantic season.

More significant things going on in the rest of the world to complain about it though.

Another cane in the WPAC threatening.
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646. KEEPEROFTHEGATE (Mod)
11:43 AM GMT on September 30, 2009
Quoting IKE:
Wave at 45W doesn't even get a sniff....

TROPICAL WEATHER OUTLOOK
NWS TPC/NATIONAL HURRICANE CENTER MIAMI FL
800 AM EDT WED SEP 30 2009

FOR THE NORTH ATLANTIC...CARIBBEAN SEA AND THE GULF OF MEXICO...

TROPICAL CYCLONE FORMATION IS NOT EXPECTED DURING THE NEXT 48 HOURS.

$$
FORECASTER PASCH/KIMBERLAIN
its itcz enhancement nothing more ike some showers for sa from that maybe southern windwards
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645. nrtiwlnvragn
11:40 AM GMT on September 30, 2009
AN EARTHQUAKE HAS OCCURRED WITH THESE PRELIMINARY PARAMETERS

ORIGIN TIME - 1016Z 30 SEP 2009
COORDINATES - 0.9 SOUTH 99.9 EAST
LOCATION - SOUTHERN SUMATRA INDONESIA
MAGNITUDE - 7.6

MEASUREMENTS OR REPORTS OF TSUNAMI WAVE ACTIVITY

GAUGE LOCATION LAT LON TIME AMPL PER
------------------- ----- ------ ----- --------------- -----
PADANG ID 0.9S 100.4E 1046Z 0.27M / 0.9FT 20MIN

LAT - LATITUDE (N-NORTH, S-SOUTH)
LON - LONGITUDE (E-EAST, W-WEST)
TIME - TIME OF THE MEASUREMENT (Z IS UTC IS GREENWICH TIME)
AMPL - TSUNAMI AMPLITUDE MEASURED RELATIVE TO NORMAL SEA LEVEL.
IT IS ...NOT... CREST-TO-TROUGH WAVE HEIGHT.
VALUES ARE GIVEN IN BOTH METERS(M) AND FEET(FT).
PER - PERIOD OF TIME IN MINUTES(MIN) FROM ONE WAVE TO THE NEXT.

EVALUATION

SEA LEVEL READINGS INDICATE THAT A SIGNIFICANT TSUNAMI WAS NOT
GENERATED. THEREFORE THE TSUNAMI WATCH ISSUED BY THIS CENTER
IS NOW CANCELLED.

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644. IKE
11:39 AM GMT on September 30, 2009
Wave at 45W doesn't even get a sniff....

TROPICAL WEATHER OUTLOOK
NWS TPC/NATIONAL HURRICANE CENTER MIAMI FL
800 AM EDT WED SEP 30 2009

FOR THE NORTH ATLANTIC...CARIBBEAN SEA AND THE GULF OF MEXICO...

TROPICAL CYCLONE FORMATION IS NOT EXPECTED DURING THE NEXT 48 HOURS.

$$
FORECASTER PASCH/KIMBERLAIN
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643. Thopfner
11:33 AM GMT on September 30, 2009
is it looking like a Major Typhoon hitting Mainland China?
642. IKE
11:30 AM GMT on September 30, 2009
JAKARTA, Indonesia (CNN) -- An earthquake with a preliminary magnitude of 7.9 struck Indonesia on Wednesday, the U.S. Geological Survey said.

The quake was recorded about 33 miles from Padang, the capital city of West Sumatra, which is home to more than 800,000 people.

Several buildings were damaged, Metro TV reported. People were seen running out of their homes and toward the hills.

The Pacific Tsunami Warning Center of the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration issued a tsunami watch for Indonesia, India, Thailand and Malaysia.

NOAA could not immediately say whether the quake generated a tsunami, but such advisories are issued when a quake has the potential to cause one.

On Tuesday, a magnitude 8.0 quake -triggered tsunami killed at least 84 in the Samoan islands and Tonga.
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641. Thopfner
11:26 AM GMT on September 30, 2009
My Heart and Prayers go out to the WPAC and SPAC tonight as of right now it looks like Gods turning his back on you guys and letting mother nature do her work
640. hailcatcher
11:18 AM GMT on September 30, 2009
8.0 earth quake in Sumatra
639. IKE
11:10 AM GMT on September 30, 2009
Quoting leftovers:
wonder if the wpac will teleconnect to the tw at 45w would not doubt anything this yr. might all of a sudden have something big knocking on one of our doors. the beaches here in ecent florida are still very ripe and ready outside 65 and its going to be a beautful day


I doubt that wave at 45W makes it to the USA. The islands may get some rain from it.

From San Juan discussion...

"DURING FRIDAY...THE AIRMASS WILL BECOME MORE
MOIST...AS AN UPPER LEVEL TROUGH CURRENTLY EAST OF THE UNITED
STATES...DIG SOUTHEAST...AND MOVES OVER HISPANIOLA AND NEAR THE
MONA CHANNEL...CLOSE ENOUGH TO OUR LOCAL AREA."......


and.......

"IN
THE LONG TERM...MOISTURE COMING FROM THE DEEP TROPICS...IS
FORECAST TO MOVE OVER THE NORTHEAST CARIBBEAN...INCREASING EVEN
MORE THE CHANCES FOR PRECIPITATION ACROSS THE LOCAL AREA. THIS IS
ASSOCIATED WITH A TROPICAL WAVE...CURRENTLY LOCATED BETWEEN
AFRICA AND THE LESSER ANTILLES. NO SIGNIFICANT WEATHER EVENTS OR
TROPICAL CYCLONES ARE FORECAST TO DEVELOP ACROSS THE TROPICAL
ATLANTIC OR EASTERN CARIBBEAN AT LEAST THROUGH THE NEXT 7 DAYS."
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637. Cavin Rawlins
10:46 AM GMT on September 30, 2009
Quoting HadesGodWyvern:
Melor is still forecasted for Guam

TD Ketsana sort of stationary near Laos/Thailand now according to JMA may dissipate afterall.


yea I noticed that. Unfortunately, thats the only way to get a good radar shot of a WPAC typhoon.
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636. IKE
10:40 AM GMT on September 30, 2009
PWS about 6 miles from me...

" 51.0 %uFFFDF
Clear

Humidity: 98%
Dew Point: 50 %uFFFDF
Wind: 0.0 mph
Wind Gust: 0.0 mph
Pressure: 29.97 in (Rising)
Visibility: 10.0 miles
UV: 0 out of 16
Clouds:
Clear -
(Above Ground Level)
Elevation: 174 ft".....


I've got 55.9 degrees at my house. Stays warmer here being on a lake.
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635. IKE
10:35 AM GMT on September 30, 2009
Quoting BahaHurican:
Morning Ike. That wave is still looking respectable, though; it's the first one this month which actually seems to look half-way decent around the clock. Definitely it should bring some rain to the Antilles, hey?


That's about the only thing that catches my eye.
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634. HadesGodWyvern (Mod)
10:31 AM GMT on September 30, 2009
Melor is still forecasted for Guam

TD Ketsana sort of stationary near Laos/Thailand now according to JMA may dissipate afterall.
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633. HadesGodWyvern (Mod)
10:29 AM GMT on September 30, 2009
Philippines Atmospherical Geophysical Astronomical Services and Administration

The typhoon east of northern Mindanao has entered the Philippine Area of Responsibility and was named "PEPENG".

Tropical Cyclone Bulletin #1
=======================
At 5:00 p.m PhST, Typhoon Pepeng (Parma) located at 10.2ºN 135.0ºE or 940 kms east of Surigao City has 10 minute sustained winds of 120 km/h (65 kts) with gusts up to 150 km/h (80 kts).

Additional Information
===========================
This disturbance is still too far to affect any part of the country within the next 24-36 hours.

The public and the disaster coordinating councils concerned are advised to take appropriate actions and watch for the next bulletin to be issued at 11 P.M. today.
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632. BahaHurican
10:21 AM GMT on September 30, 2009
Morning 456. I'm headed out, but I'm going to try getting online later today (from work). This earthquake and Typhoon Ketsana on the same day - that's pretty rough for WPac and SPac communities....
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631. tropicofcancer
10:13 AM GMT on September 30, 2009
From the Christian Science Monitor:

Hit by typhoon, Vietnam rivers swell to historic levels
Typhoon Ketsana, which devastated the Philippines, killed 38 people and displaced 375,000 in Vietnam before hitting Cambodia en route to Thailand and Laos.

By David Montero | Correspondent 09.30.09

The typhoon that ravaged the Philippines on Saturday is now ripping through central Vietnam and Cambodia, where it has killed dozens, left hundreds of thousands homeless, and unleashed torrential rains that could cause some of the worst flooding in decades.

Authorities in Vietnam say the typhoon, packing 90 mph winds, killed 38 people before heading further inland into Cambodia and heading toward Laos and Thailand. The storm has since weakened, but Cambodia’s province of Kampong Tham has been hard hit, with as many as 11 people reported dead and nearly 80 houses destroyed.

Vietnam has been left reeling from the devastation. The typhoon, which set down on Tuesday, destroyed nearly 300,000 homes and forced 357,000 people to evacuate, reports Reuters.

Some 50,000 acres of agricultural land have been affected. Waters have also flooded the ancient palace city of Hue, an UNESCO World Heritage Site, adds Agence France-Presse.

The worst may not be over. By Wednesday, rivers in Vietnam appeared ready to swell beyond levels not seen since 1964, reports Vietnam’s Thanh Nien news:

In fact, with the rainfall measuring up to 1,300 millimeters in some localities like Thua Thien – Hue on Tuesday evening, water levels in the Tra Bong River reached 5.58 meters, 0.19 meters higher than the historic flood peak in 1964.

Authorities were struggling Wednesday to reach areas cut off due to power outages and blocked roads, such as the Nhon Chau Island in Binh Dinh Province, where 2,000 people cannot be reached. Authorities say that, as river waters continues to rise, the biggest challenge is getting food to isolated populations and stopping the spread of diseases, Thanh Nien adds.

Prior to the typhoon touching down in Cambodia, Prime Minister Hun Sen made an urgent appeal to “authorities at all levels to take all necessary measures to protect the people who might be affected by the typhoon,” reports China’s Xinhua news service.

The BBC adds that international aid organizations and local government authorities in Cambodia were sending tents and food supplies to the affected province, which is about 80 miles north of the capital, Phnom Penh.

By Wednesday, the typhoon had downgraded to a tropical depression as it passed into Laos, where no casualties were reported, and was expected to make its way to Thailand, where residents were on alert for flash floods, according to MCOT English news.

As Southeast Asia feels the impact, the Philippines is still staggering to its feet from the devastation wrought there. Some two million people have been affected and 246 killed. Many in the capital, Manila, have been reduced to waiting on excruciatingly long lines for food, reports Bloomberg.
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630. Cavin Rawlins
10:08 AM GMT on September 30, 2009
Good Morning,


Blog Update

Behind the Samoa Tsunami

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629. BahaHurican
10:04 AM GMT on September 30, 2009
Morning Ike. That wave is still looking respectable, though; it's the first one this month which actually seems to look half-way decent around the clock. Definitely it should bring some rain to the Antilles, hey?
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628. BahaHurican
10:00 AM GMT on September 30, 2009
Quoting HadesGodWyvern:
Japan Meteorological Agency
Tropical Cyclone Advisory #13
TYPHOON PARMA (T0917)
15:00 PM JST September 30 2009
================================

Subject: Category Three Typhoon Near The Caroline Islands

At 6:00 AM UTC, Typhoon Parma (970 hPa) located at 9.9N 135.4E has 10 minute sustained winds of 70 knots with gusts of 100 knots. The typhoon is reported as moving west-northwest at 15 knots

RSMC Dvorak Intensity: T4.5

Storm-Force Winds
================
30 NM from the center

Gale-Force Winds
==================
100 NM from the center

Forecast and Intensity
=====================
24 HRS: 13.0N 131.6E - 80 kts (CAT 3/Strong Typhoon)
48 HRS: 15.6N 128.8E - 85 kts (CAT 4/Very Strong Typhoon)
72 HRS: 17.8N 127.0E - 85 kts (CAT 4/Very Strong Typhoon)
Not good, either current or forecast. Is JMA still showing Guam in the headlights?

Also, didn't I read something earlier about Ketsana crossing into the BoB and reforming? That would not be good....
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627. BahaHurican
9:57 AM GMT on September 30, 2009
Morning all.
Quoting TampaSpin:


You should get banned for this.
I agree wholeheartedly.... almost injured myself yesterday trying to read through the comments section on that blog.....
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626. MisterJohnny
9:46 AM GMT on September 30, 2009
Good Morning everyone!
625. IKE
9:22 AM GMT on September 30, 2009
All clear in the Atlantic on the 00Z ECMWF through October 10th.
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