Kammuri

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Tropical Storm Kammuri (2002) - Meteorological History
... The origins of Kammuri are uncertain they were possibly related to the monsoon trough that moved across the Philippines toward Guam ... JMA upgraded the depression to Tropical Storm Kammuri late on August 3, to the south of Hong Kong ... An upper-level low connected to a trough weakened the ridge over China, allowing Kammuri to move slowly northward ...
Tropical Storm Kammuri (2008) - Meteorological History
... On August 5, the JMA upgraded the depression to a tropical storm and named it Kammuri, whilst PAGASA released their final advisory on Tropical Storm Kammuri (Julian ... The Hong Kong Observatory (HKO) then upgraded Kammuri to a severe tropical storm late on August 5, with the JMA doing the same early the next morning ... However, Kammuri started to weaken after making landfall along the south coast of China in the Western Guangdong Province at about 12pm UTC on August 6 ...
Tropical Storm Kammuri (2008)
... Severe Tropical Storm Kammuri (international designation 0809, JTWC designation 10W, PAGASA name Julian) was a storm which made landfall on south China, having a maximum wind speed of 50 kn (93 km/h) ... The name Kammuri was submitted to the World Meteorological Organisation's Typhoon Committee by Japan and is Japanese for the Corona Borealis constellation of stars ... Severe Tropical Storm Kammuri was the ninth tropical cyclone to occur in the Western North Pacific in 2008, recognised by the Japan Meteorological Agency ...
Tropical Storm Kammuri
... The name Kammuri has been used to name two tropical cyclones in the northwestern Pacific Ocean. 2002's Severe Tropical Storm Kammuri (T0212, 16W, Lagalag) - struck China. 2008's Severe Tropical Storm Kammuri (T0809, 10W, Julian) - struck China and Vietnam ...
Timeline Of The 2008 Pacific Typhoon Season - Timeline - August - Kammuri
... Depression 10W (Julian) has intensified into a tropical storm and is named as Kammuri. 0300 UTC — PAGASA reports that Tropical Storm Kammuri (Julian) has left its area of responsibility and releases its final advisory. 0000 ... UTC — The JMA reports that Tropical Storm Kammuri (Julian) has intensified into a severe tropical storm and has reached its 10-minute peak wind speeds of 95 km/h (60 mph) ...