Pacific Storm Tracker

U.S. bases on Okinawa will enter Tropical Cyclone Condition of Readiness All Clear at 12:01 a.m. Dec. 1, signaling the end of the northwest Pacific’s tropical cyclone season.

Tropical Depression 34W (Man-yi), #17 FINAL

Man-yi downgraded to tropical depression, continues arcing northeast away from Okinawa.

Tropical Depression 33W, #12 FINAL

33W picks up speed, exits Palawan; all warning signals lowered.

Tropical Depression 31W (Yutu), #32 FINAL

All cyclone warning signals dropped for Hong Kong; Yutu downgraded to tropical depression.

Tropical Storm 30W (Kong-Rey), #40 FINAL

Kong-Rey makes landfall at 9 a.m. near Chinhae, now moving out of area.

Typhoon 28W (Trami), # 53 FINAL

After thrashing Japan from Ryukyus to Hokkaido, Typhoon Trami finally takes leave, heads northeast into Pacific Ocean.


Typhoon 26W (Mangkhut), # 32 FINAL

All warning signals for Hong Kong canceled at 7:10 p.m. Monday

Tropical Storm 25W (Jebi), # 19 FINAL

Jebi downgraded to tropical storm, picks up forward speed and weakens as it heads over Sea of Japan.

Tropical Storm 22W (Soulik), #33

Soulik continues weakening, while the shelter-in-place order has been rescinded at Kunsan.

Hurricane Lane, packing 150 mph winds, presents rare direct threat to Hawaii

Hurricane Lane, a Category 4 storm, is expected to make a dangerously close encounter with the Hawaiian Islands over the next several days.


Typhoon 23W (Cimaron), #14 FINAL

Cimaron makes landfall over Osaka-Kobe area, continues on course to exit land over the Sea of Japan by early Friday morning.

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