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Monday, August 17, 2009

Tropical Storm 11 has formed in the western Pacific


A new tropical storm has developed in the western Pacific. So far this is a storm with no name - just a number - 11


Tropical Storm 11 is located right onthe edge of some very hot water. As such, this storm is expected to instensify at least to a Category 1 cyclone by the end of the week. The storm track shows it generally moving to the northwest in the Pacific over several small islands in the area. I do not know how populated these islands are.


Eleven appears to be headed well to the north of the N. Marianas Islands and Guam.

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171500z position near 14.3n 158.1e.

Tropical Storm (TS) 11w (eleven),

located approximately 800 nm eastof Guam,

has intensified to tropical storm strength and trackednorth-northwestward at 06 knots over the past six hours. Maximumsignificant wave height at 171200z is 11 feet. Next warnings at172100z, 180300z, 180900z and 181500z. Refer to tropical depression01c (maka) warnings (wtpn33 pgtw) for six-hourly updates.//

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