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ECHO Daily Map of 19 September 2018

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ECHO Daily Map of 18 September 2018

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Philippines, China, Vietnam - Tropical Cyclone MANGKHUT UPDATE
  • Tropical Cyclone MANGKHUT, as of 17 September, has dissipated inland over southern China.
  • National authorities reported, as of 18 September at 7.30 UTC, 8 deaths, 21 people injured, 2 people missing, 245 775 people evacuated (of which 196 0932 people inside 1 911 evacuation centres), 665 806 people affected across 344 municipalities, 879 houses damaged, 215 roads and five bridges damaged.
  • In China, according to media, as of 18 September, four people were reported dead in Guangdong Province.
  • A new activation of the Copernicus Emergency Management Service regarding the damages in the Philippines was issued (EMSR312) on 14 September and delineation maps on six areas as well as grading maps (with damages informations) on three areas were produced so far.
  • Over the next 24 hours, localised heavy rain and strong winds could still affect northern Lçuzon (Philippines), south-western China, the Hainan Island (China) and north-eastern Vietnam.
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ECHO Daily Map of 17 September 2018

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ECHO Daily Map of 14 September 2018

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Philippines, Taiwan, China - Tropical cyclone MANGKHUT update
  • Tropical cyclone MANGKHUT continued moving north-west over the Philippine Sea, slightly strengthening. On 14 September at 0.00 UTC, its centre was located approximately 545 km south-east of Cagayan Province (northern Luzon, Philippines), with maximum sustained winds of 278 km/h (intense typhoon).
  • Over the next 24 hours, it is forecast to continue moving north-west, slightly weakening but remaining an intense typhoon. It is forecast to make landfall in southern Cagayan Province on 14 September in the evening (UTC) as an intense typhoon before reaching southern Guangdong Province, Hong Kong and Macau (China) on 16 September. MANGKHUT may reach north-east Vietnam over 17-18 September as a typhoon. Heavy rain, storm surge and strong winds will affect the area.
  • As of 14 September, a tropical cyclone warning signal (TCWS) number 3 for stormy weather is in effect for the Isabela-Cagayan area (north-east Luzon).
  • Copernicus Emergency Management Service (EMS) was activated for Guam and Northern Mariana Islands.
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ECHO Daily Map of 13 September 2018

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USA - Tropical cyclone FLORENCE update
  • Tropical cyclone FLORENCE weakened as it moved toward the coast of North Carolina. On 13 September at 3.00 UTC its centre was located approximately 375 km south-east of Wilmington (North Carolina), with maximum sustained winds of 176 km/h (Category 2 hurricane).
  • It is forecast to reach the coast of North Carolina, close to Wilmington, on 14 September early in the morning (UTC), with projected maximum sustained winds of 150-170 km/h. Strong winds, very heavy rain and storm surge could affect North Carolina, South Carolina and southern Virginia. A few tornadoes are possible in eastern North Carolina.
  • As of 13 September at 6.00 UTC, a hurricane warning is in effect from Duck (North Carolina) to Santee River (South Carolina) and from Albemarle to Pamlico Sounds (North Carolina); a storm surge warning is in effect from Duck (North Carolina) to the Virginia border and from Edisto Beach to Santee River (South Carolina); a tropical storm Warning is in effect from Duck (North Carolina) to the Virginia border
  • The Copernicus Emergency Management Service (EMSR311) was activated on 11 September at 12.00 UTC for the US East Coast.
  • As of 13 September at 7.30 UTC, mandatory evacuations have been ordered in South Carolina, North Carolina and Virginia for more than 1.7 Million people.
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ECHO Daily Map of 12 September 2018

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The Caribbean - Tropical storm ISAAC update
  • Tropical cyclone ISAAC has been downgraded to a tropical storm. On 12 September at 3.00 UTC its centre was located approximately 900 km east of Martinique and Dominica Islands (Lesser Antilles), with maximum sustained winds of 102 km/h.
  • Over the next 24 hours, it is forecast to weaken slightly as it moves across the central Lesser Antilles and into the eastern Caribbean Sea. Heavy rain, strong winds and storm surge could affect Martinique, Dominica, and Guadeloupe over 13-14 September.
  • A tropical storm watch is in effect for Antigua, Montserrat and St. Kitts and Nevis. Persistent intense rainfall is likely over Dominica and portions of the Northern Windwards/Southern Leewards with the possibility of flash flooding and localised landslides leading to disruptions in transportation and utilities.
  • DG ECHO continues to monitor the situation closely.
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ECHO Daily Map of 11 September 2018

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Philippines, Taiwan, Guam, The Northern Mariana Islands, China - Tropical cyclones MANGKHUT and BARIJAT
  • Tropical cyclone MANGKHUT, continued west over the Philippine Sea. On 11 September at 0.00 UTC its centre was approximately 2 100 km south-east of Babuyan Island (northern Philippines), with maximum sustained winds of 220 km/h (intense typhoon).
  • It is forecast to continue west-north-west, strengthening before possibly reaching northern Luzon and the Babuyan Islands (Philippines) on 14-15 September as an intense typhoon. Heavy rain, storm surge and strong winds could affect the northern Philippines and southern Taiwan.
  • The Copernicus Emergency Management Service (EMSR310) was activated on 10 September at 2.56 UTC for Guam and The Northern Mariana Islands.
  • As of 11 September at 7.30 UTC, several power outages were reported on Guam Island.
  • Meanwhile, tropical cyclone BARIJAT (NENENG in the Philippines) continued west over the South China Sea as a tropical storm. On 11 September at 0.00 UTC its centre was located approximately 480 km south-east of Hong Kong (China) and 800 km east of Hainan Island, with maximum sustained winds of 65 km/h. Heavy rain and strong winds are currently affecting southern Taiwan and Batanes Islands and northern Luzon (Philippines).
  • Over the next 24 hours, it is forecast to slightly strengthen as it moves west toward Hainan Island and southern Guangdong Province. Heavy rain and strong winds could affect these areas over 11-13 September.
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ECHO Daily Map of 10 September 2018

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ECHO Daily Map of 7 September 2018

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ECHO Daily Map of 6 September 2018

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