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ECHO Daily Map of 28 August 2015

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Caribbean - Tropical Cyclone ERIKA
  • Tropical Storm ERIKA continued moving north-west slightly weakening, On 28 August at 3.00 UTC its centre was located approx. 135km south-southwest of St. Croix and it had maximum sustained winds of 74 km/h.
  • Over the next 48 h it is forecasted to move west-northwest maintaining its speed. It will then intensify. Its centre is forecasted to approach Puerto Rico on 28 August early morning (UTC), then move near or over the Dominican Republic, Turks and Caicos and eventually the Bahamas (30-31 August).
  • During its passage heavy rain fell on Dominica causing floods, landslides and power outages. Five people are reported dead, 21 missing and several homes destroyed.
  • As of 28 August, Tropical Storm Warnings and Watches are in affect for the islands along ERIKA’s path. Heavy rainfall and wind (Tropical Storm force) may affect the Virgin Islands, Puerto Rico, the Dominican Republic, Haiti, the Turks and Caicos islands and southeastern Bahamas over the next 48 h. JRC calculations estimate a storm surge of the order of 1.1m in the area of Hard Bargain in the Bahamas on 31 August evening.
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ECHO Daily Map of 27 August 2015

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ECHO Daily Map of 26 August 2015

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ECHO Daily Map of 25 August 2015

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Greece, former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia, Serbia - Refugee crisis
  • On 23 August, authorities in the former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia opened its southern border with Greece allowing the crossing of 5 000 refugees and migrants. Long queues formed as local authorities processed their papers to legalise their transit north and transport was organized to take them to the border with Serbia. In Presevo, on the Serbian side, the Ministry of the Interior registered 2 000 persons at the reception centre during the weekend.
  • Currently the backlog of refugees waiting at the Greek and the former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia border has reduced considerably. However, the flow is expected to continue as Greek authorities transfer a large number of refugees from the islands to the mainland. Greece has received 149 028 of the estimated total of 255 152 maritime arrivals in Europe between January and mid-August 2015, according to the latest statistics of the International Organization for Migration.
  • European Commission's Emergency Response Coordination Centre (ERCC) is closely monitoring the evolving situation and has been in contact with national civil protection authorities in the respective countries.
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ECHO Daily Map of 24 August 2015

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ECHO Daily Map of 21 August 2015

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ECHO Daily Map of 21 August 2015

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ECHO Daily Map of 20 August 2015

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ECHO Daily Map of 19 August 2015

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ECHO Daily Map of 18 August 2015

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Philippines, China - Tropical Cyclone GONI
  • Typhoon GONI continued moving north-west over the northern Pacific Ocean. On 18 August at 0.00 UTC its centre was located approx. 1 400 km south-east of Batanes Islands (Philippines) and it had maximum sustained winds of 194 km/h. 
  • Over the next 24 h it is forecast to continue moving north-west over open waters and slightly weakening. It is expected to enter the Philippine area of responsibility in the morning of 18 August (UTC). It may approach Batanes Islands in the Philippines and southern Taiwan over 20-21 August as a strong Typhoon.
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