Sunday, April 5, 2015

Tropical Depression Maysak (Chedeng) Update #13 (FINAL)

Issued (2230 UTC) 630am PhT 040615

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Maysak (Bagyong Chedeng) has weakened to a Tropical Depression and is now dissipating over the South China Sea (West Philippine Sea). The center of Maysak was last located approximately 330km northwest of Laoag City, Philippines or about 480km southeast of Hong Kong. Maximum winds are at 35 to 60kph. Maysak is currently moving northwestward at 20kph.

PAGASA has lowered all their Public Storm Warning Signals

IR Image from NRLMRY

Latest satellite image shows Maysak looking very disorganized now with the inner-core almost non-existent. However, occasional light to moderate rains are still possible especially across Southern Taiwan and parts of Southern China.

This is our final update on Maysak (Chedeng). A Tropical Cyclone has formed near the Caroline Islands (Tropical Storm Haishen) but is expected to remain over water and eventually dissipate due to strong wind shear in the region.

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