Oceano Pacifico settentrionale – Preoccupazione per passaggio del Super Tifone Hinnamnor (formatosi nell’ultima settimana di agosto 2022) che dalle isole Ryukyu in Giappone (con vento +240 km/h) si sposterà nei prossimi giorni Mar Cinese Orientale. Dovrebbe raggiungere categoria 5.
01.09.2022 – 23:00 – Aggiornamenti
— Zoom Earth (@zoom_earth) September 1, 2022
01.09.2022 – 00:00 – Aggiornamenti
Il super tifone #Hinnamnor stamani ha raggiunto la categoria 5 (la massima ) con venti medi sui 257 km/h e raffiche oltre i 300km/h. Questo lo fa piazzare come il ciclone più intenso di questo anno finora.
Nello scatto di Copernicus EU si trovava a 250km ad est di Okinawa. pic.twitter.com/XdmKWDg9fI
— Kurosh1974 (@Kurosh_74) August 31, 2022
31.08.2022 – 15:00 – Aggiornamenti
New advisory on super typhoon 12W and it is now 145mph and it is continuing to weaken but when it heads north it is forecast to restrenghthen #wxtwitter #WeatherUpdate #weathertweet #Tropics #TropicalUpdate #BreakingNow #TyphoonHinnamnor pic.twitter.com/FKXUTda1ur
— WXloverguy’s page (@weatherloverguy) August 31, 2022
31.08.2022 – 14:00 – Aggiornamenti
🔴🌀⚠️With wind gusts up to 240km, #TyphoonHinnamnor is now equivalent to a Cat.4 Hurricane but still one of the strongest 2022 storms. Here its #Sentinel3 view of Aug.31,250km east of #Okinawa #Japan #ClimateEmergency #Hinnamnor @Giulio_Firenze @andreabettini @ai6yrham pic.twitter.com/Ecpu5pu98W
— SatWorld (@or_bit_eye) August 31, 2022
While Hinnamnor has subtly weakened from its peak of 140 knots, it remains a potent storm and will continue to remain strong over the next several days. https://t.co/LOEukCrTIN#ThinkWeather #TyphoonHinnamnor pic.twitter.com/66DjVd2Hdj
— DTN Weather (@DTNWeather) August 31, 2022
30.08.2022 – 22:00 – Aggiornamenti
Super #Typhoon #Hinnamnor has become the first Category 5 tropical cyclone on Earth in 2022, much later than that usually happens. It will pass very close to Okinawa by the end of the week and could produce a prolonged period of tropical storm conditions there. pic.twitter.com/VdOucYRl8E
— Will Weaver 📸 (@WillWeaverRVA) August 30, 2022
Using the per-station radar feature, Typhoon #Hinnamnor‘s eye is clearly defined (from a radar site in Japan).
At 150 mph, Hinnamnor is the strongest storm on Earth this year (so far). pic.twitter.com/hWsIsuAO9E
— MyRadar Weather (@MyRadarWX) August 30, 2022
— Wolfgang Rudolph (@WoRudolph) August 30, 2022
30.08.2022 – 11:00 – Aggiornamenti
BREAKING: TY #Hinnamnor is now a SUPER TYPHOON in PAGASA. This was based on their 4 PM Daily Weather Update.
— Matthew Cuyugan (@MatthewCuyugan) August 30, 2022
— 🇭🇳🌈🏳️⚧️ ・。・゜☀️ ゜・。・ Ｍｅｌｉ | Ｘａｄａｎｉ ・。・゜🌙 ゜・。・ (@X2K01) August 30, 2022
30.08.2022 – 03:00 – Aggiornamenti
A 38-hour time lapse of the rapid intensification of Typhoon Hinnamnor. pic.twitter.com/rthcWTRszS
— CIRA (@CIRA_CSU) August 30, 2022