Super Typhoon Maria Will Hit Okinawa!

  • Published on Jul 6, 2018
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    The latest as of this video: A super typhoon has gotten the name 'Maria' in the western Pacific. Storm names can be retired in one basin and not others. The name 'Maria' was only retired in the Atlantic basin. This version of Maria may pose a danger to Japan and China next week. A super typhoon in the western Pacific Ocean northwest of Guam happens to have the name Maria, and may eventually pose a danger to parts of Japan and eastern China next week. Conditions are improving in Guam as Maria moves farther away. Maria is now a Category 5 equivalent system, called a super typhoon locally, located 225 miles northwest of Guam, or more than 1,000 miles southeast of Okinawa, Japan Current Storm Status (The highest cloud tops, corresponding to the most vigorous convection, are shown in the brightest red and pink colors. Clustering, deep convection around the center is a sign of a healthy tropical cyclone.) Last year, Hurricane Maria struck Puerto Rico, so you may wonder why you are seeing the name again. We'll answer that question after first laying out the forecast. West Pacific Super Typhoon Maria's Forecast Super Typhoon Maria is rapidly intensifying in an environment of very warm ocean water - 84 to 86-degree Fahrenheit sea-surface temperatures - low wind shear, and excellent outflowing winds aloft. According to the U.S. Joint Typhoon Warning Center, Super Typhoon Maria is expected to remain a Category 5 equivalent hurricane through at least Friday if not into Saturday. The system should begin to weaken this weekend as conditions become less hospitable. Typhoon Maria will be steered northwestward by a dome of high pressure aloft to its north, similar to the steering provided to Atlantic tropical storms and hurricanes by the Bermuda high. On this track, it could near Japan's Ryukyu Islands, including Kadena Air Force Base, Okinawa, early next week, as a somewhat weaker, but still strong typhoon. The big question on track remains how far west this system can make it before curving northward. This typhoon may be able to get close to eastern China, possibly including Shanghai, and then curl northeastward toward the Korean Peninsula. It could also say further east over the Yellow Sea and then go on to be near Korea late next week. It's far too soon to determine the exact track and impacts of Typhoon Maria. Interests in Japan, China, the Korean Peninsula, and Taiwan should monitor closely the progress of Typhoon Maria. Remember to Share Like and Subscribe! Please leave a comment below! I would love to hear from you! Find me on: Instagram: @QBNTO1 TWITTER: QBNTO1 EMAIL: Thanks to: The Attorney That Rides