The name Kammuri has been used to name two tropical cyclones in the northwestern Pacific Ocean. It is the Japanese term for the Corona Borealis constellation of stars.
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... 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 operationally ...
... Severe tropical storm (JMA) Tropical storm (SSHS) Duration August 3 – August 8 Peak intensity 95 km/h (60 mph) 975 mbar (hPa) On August 3 at 1500 UTC, PAGASA identified a ... Later that day the Japan Meteorological Agency (JMA) designated Julian as a minor Tropical Depression and initiated advisories on the Tropical Depression ... Early the next day the JMA started to issue full advisories on the Tropical Depression with the Joint Typhoon Warning Center (JTWC) starting to issue warnings on the Tropical ...
... On August 3 at 1500 UTC, PAGASA identified a tropical disturbance which was located in the South China Sea to the north of Luzon island in the ... (JMA) designated Julian as a minor tropical depression and initiated advisories on the tropical depression ... Early the next day the JMA started to issue full advisories on the tropical depression ...
... August 1200 ... UTC — The JMA reports that a tropical depression has formed about 480 km (300 mi) to the north of Manila in the Philippines. 1500 UTC — PAGASA designates the tropical depression to the north of Manila in the Philippines as Tropical Depression Julian. 1800 UTC — The JTWC designates Tropical Depression Julian, as Tropical Depression 10W (Julian) ...
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