On the next day, the low pressure was located about 415 km (258 mi) from Manila. The storm made landfall on Japan; exiting the country within five hours. However, as the low level circulation center was located close to land and was not very organized, the JTWC declared that there was a poor chance of it becoming a significant tropical cyclone within 48 hours. :: Here is the complete summary of Philippine Tropical Cyclones for 2010, occuring within the Philippine Area of Responsibility (PAR) and making landfall & crossing the Philippines. [127] The names of significant tropical cyclones are retired, by both PAGASA and the Typhoon Committee. During the next day, the Japan Meteorological Agency (JMA) reported that the system had intensified into a Tropical Depression. Typhoon Megi (15W) was the most powerful and longest-lived tropical cyclone (TC) over the western North Pacific during 2010. [107][108] Late on October 29, the JMA had downgraded the typhoon into a Severe Tropical Storm while the JTWC downgraded it into a Category 1 Typhoon. This marked the first time in nine years that a rain-related fatality took place in the capital city of Seoul. [134][132][133] They were subsequently replaced with the names Jose and Kanor, later replaced by Karding, when the lists of names were next used in 2014.[133]. [39][40] Over the next couple of days, the depression moved to the northwest before the JMA stopped monitoring the system early on June 6.[41][42]. The … To date, Typhoon Megi is the second of two major storms to hit Philippines this year, the previous being Typhoon Conson in July 2010. The country is made up of over 7,000 islands. Philippines Typhoon Conson hit the island of Luzon, killing at least 11 with more than 50 people missing. [8] Forecasts on the number of tropical cyclones, tropical storms and typhoons there would be during 2010 in the Western Pacific were released in April and June. Here are the most dangerous Philippine typhoons ever recorded. Conson quickly intensified becoming a typhoon the next day, before making landfall on the Philippines during July 13. It unleashed torrential rains that drenched Bicol, the southernmost region of … [98] The next day, the Joint Typhoon Warning Center started monitoring the system as tropical depression 16W. There was a great flood and brought great destructions to the city. However, as the low level circulation center was located close to land and was not very organized, the JTWC declared that there was a poor chance of it becoming a significant tropical cyclone within 48 hours. [1] In its May forecast, while lowering their initial prediction for the amount of tropical storms and typhoons, TSR continued to predict that the season would see activity close to the average, with 24 tropical storms, 15 typhoons and nine intense typhoons developing during the season. [104] Early on October 26, the JMA further upgraded the storm into a Typhoon. By the next day, the storm reintensified into a Category 1 typhoon and further intensified into a Category 2 typhoon on the SSHS. The Black Rainstorm Signal was issued. On August 30, it caused heavy rain in northern Taiwan. The next day, JMA started monitoring the depression while the JTWC upgraded it into a Tropical Storm. JTWC's 6:00 bulletin indicated that Conson would be passing through Metro Manila at about 2 or 3 in the morning the following day, which it did. By passing Luzon and reaching the South China Sea, Megi significantly weakened on October 18 and 19. That '98 event was very similar to this years' 2010 Philippine typhoon season. Also, all of the 14 named storms developed west of 150°E. In addition, Conson sank three fishing vessels in the province of Catanduanes, Philippines. It then moved along the coast of Honshū and made another landfall near Tsuruga, Fukui Prefecture, Japan on September 8. During the season 14 named tropical cyclones developed in the Western Pacific and were named by the Japan Meteorological Agency, when it was determined that they had become tropical storms. On the morning of that same day, the JTWC announced that the system had quickly developed into a tropical storm and assigned the designation "08W". [82] The next day, the storm intensified into a Severe tropical storm. [15], On January 16, a disorganized area of low pressure formed in the south China Sea. [38] During the next 36 hours the low pressure area moved to the east before late on June 3, the JMA reported that the system had intensified into a tropical depression whilst located about 600 km (370 mi) to the northwest of Manila, Philippines. Megi is the most powerful typhoon to hit the Philippines in four years, government forecasters said. On August 27, an extensive cloud formed in the waters east of Taiwan. Philippines. At 18:00, near Yaeyama Islands, the Japan Meteorological Agency upgraded the low pressure into a tropical depression. After moving northward for several days, it turned northeastward and struck southern South Korea. Typhoon Megi, known in the Philippines as Super Typhoon Juan, was one of the most intense tropical cyclones on record. Heavy rains were reported throughout the islands. [126] During the storm's time in the Central Pacific, it was known as Tropical Storm Omeka.[123]. Storm makes landfall and claims first life after prompting evacuation of thousands of people in country’s north. However, due to the development of another stronger tropical storm Lionrock at South China Sea, the increase of intensity of Namtheun was difficult. [9] In July the GCACIC forecast that between July and December three tropical cyclones would make landfall on Southern China, while four tropical cyclones would make landfall on or pass within 100 km (62 mi) of either the Korean Peninsula or Japan. On September 16, the storm intensified into a typhoon and turned northwest. [30] The JTWC then initiated advisories on the system later that day, designating it as Tropical Depression 02W, although the JMA did not designate the system as a tropical depression until early on March 22. Damages and deaths from a storm include when the storm was a precursor wave or extratropical low. 2010–11 Philippine floods; 2019 Cotabato earthquakes ; 2019 Jolo Cathedral bombings; B. Typhoon Bopha; H. Typhoon Haiyan; M. Manila hostage crisis; S. Typhoon Soulik (2013) T. Typhoon Megi (2010) U. UAAP Season 77; This page was last changed on 25 September 2018, at 19:37. Typhoons and tropical storms regularly hit the Philippines from June through December, claiming hundreds of lives and causing damages worth billions of US dollars. [113] On October 23, the JTWC downgraded the depression into a remnant low. Later that day PAGASA reported that the disturbance had developed into a tropical depression and named it as Ester, before the JTWC issued a tropical cyclone formation alert early the next day. A "super typhoon" strikes the northern Philippines with heavy rain and winds of up to 260km/h (162mph), leaving at least three people dead. During that afternoon Conson, kept intensifying before the JMA reported that Conson had reached its initial ten-minute peak sustained wind speeds of 110 km/h (75 mph), which made it a severe tropical Storm on the JMA's scale. [67] Kompasu was the strongest tropical storm to hit the Seoul metropolitan area in 15 years. Typhoon Chanthu, known as Tropical Storm Caloy, was one of the weaker typhoons of the 2010 Pacific typhoon season. The depression was then upgraded into a tropical storm by the JMA and named "Dianmu", the mother of lightning in Chinese folklore, with the JTWC following suit soon after. During October, Typhoon Megi reached its peak intensity with a minimum barometric pressure of 885 hPa, making it one of the most intense typhoons ever recorded. Nearly a week after the two ships sank off the coast of the Philippines, 31 crew members were confirmed dead after numerous coast guard rescue attempts. Whilst it moved along the southern edge of the subtropical ridge, the Depression made landfall on Aurora province at 0600 UTC, before the JTWC initiated advisories later that morning, as the low level circulation center had consolidated and poleward outflow into the tropical upper tropospheric trough had improved. Malou drifted over the Okinawa Islands and became a severe tropical storm. BEFORE THE CRISIS. Late on September 14, the JMA reported that a tropical depression had formed southeast of Taiwan, and the JTWC soon designated it as 12W with the PAGASA naming it Inday shortly thereafter. [16] The depression's low level circulation center was partially exposed and located within an area of moderate to strong vertical wind shear. [2] In its July forecast TSR significantly lowered their forecast and reported that they now expected activity to be 20% below average, with 23 tropical storms 14 typhoons and seven intense typhoons developing during the season. Total economic losses in China were counted to be CNY 441 million(US$65.1 million).[66]. In Luzon, heavy rains triggered floods that destroyed at least one house and stranded thousands of people. During the next day the depression remained offshore and moved towards the north passing about 120 km (75 mi) to the southeast of Shanghai before early on July 28 weakening into an area of low pressure. 19. Eight people were killed in the Philippines. However early, the next day the JMA reported that the system had re-intensified into a tropical depression and reissuing advisories on it, whilst it was located about 1400 km to the southwest of Chiba, Japan. On the 8 th November 2013 the most powerful cyclonic storm on record hit the Philippines. After Domeng had merged with the low pressure area, PAGASA reported that Domeng had intensified into a tropical storm and reached its 10-minute peak sustained windspeeds of 65 km/h (40 mph). No storm signal was raised from the start. Typhoon Vamco lashed the Philippines after Super Typhoon Goni, one of the strongest typhoons to hit the country this year, killing at least 25 people. A few bridges were destroyed; however, no loss of life took place. 180 mph: Super Typhoon Megi, 2010—Luzon, Philippines; 180 mph: Super Typhoon Zeb, 1998—Luzon, Philippines; 180 mph: Cyclone Monica, 2006—Northern Territory, Australia; Masters noted in the report that “Rolly,” “Haiyan” and “Meranti” will still be among the strongest typhoons in world history in terms of maximum sustained winds. "We have not gone out yet and we expect the damage is much worse," he added. After staying inland for about nine hours, Fanapi moved to the Taiwan Strait and made its second landfall over Zhangpu in Fujian, China. [68] Kompasu weakened to a tropical storm over the Sea of Japan on September 2. Atmosphere Spanning more than 600 kilometers (370 miles) across, Megi was the 15th tropical storm and 7th typhoon of the season in the western Pacific Ocean. During the next day as the depression moved towards Taiwan the system became better organized with a tropical cyclone formation alert issued later that day. It then started to dissipate and weaken into a tropical storm and moved over Guangzhou, Guangdong's capital. The overall inactivity was due to a variety of meteorological conditions, including decreased vorticity and suppressed convection. [17] However over the next 12 hours, whilst the depression moved towards Vietnam, the low level circulation center rapidly consolidated and became well defined after the vertical wind shear around the system relaxed. By Saturday, 18 September 2010, the typhoon is at Batanes, moving west nortwestward todays Taiwan. Jeff Masters, a meteorologist who founded a weather monitoring website called Weather Underground, named the typhoons Goni (local name Rolly), Meranti (Ferdie) and Haiyan (Yolanda) as the strongest cyclones in terms of wind speed at landfall recorded in history. [129], After the season the names Juan and Katring were retired by PAGASA, as they had caused over 300 deaths and over Php1 billion in damages. It continued to weaken, and finally transformed into a low pressure along the coast of Huian, Guangdong. 27 re Effects for Typhoon "Juan" (Megi)", "Typhoon Megi Causes 2.8 Bln Yuan in Economic Losses in E. China", Satellite movie of 2010 Pacific typhoon season, Vietnam's National Hydro-Meteorological Service, https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=2010_Pacific_typhoon_season&oldid=994350949, Articles with dead external links from September 2018, Articles with permanently dead external links, Articles with dead external links from August 2019, Articles with dead external links from June 2017, Articles with unsourced statements from December 2011, Articles with unsourced statements from July 2010, Articles with Indonesian-language sources (id), Articles which contain graphical timelines, Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License, This page was last edited on 15 December 2020, at 07:27. [3] In its August forecast TSR predicted that activity would be 25% – 30% below average with 23 tropical storms, 13 typhoons and six intense typhoons developing during the season. [citation needed] After 01W had dissipated the Western Pacific became dormant until Tropical Storm Omais formed about 325 km (202 mi) to the southeast of Chuuk Island on March 22. At the same time, a tropical upper tropospheric trough (TUTT) was located in the east of the system. As the storm neared Vietnam, thousands of fishermen were urged to return to port. Offshore, three people drowned after their boat capsized amidst rough seas produced by Domeng.[57]. [123][125] Early on December 20, the JTWC issued its last significant tropical weather outlook on Tropical Depression 01C, as it crossed back over the international dateline, back over the Central Pacific basin, passing on the authority of monitoring the system over to the CPHC. Philippines; Source. In China, The Xinhua State news reported that two people were killed by walls that were blown over by strong gales. See also 2011 list. How… [128] Should the list of names for the Philippine region be exhausted then names will be taken from an auxiliary list of which the first ten are published each season. Megi (Juan) – 2010; The aftermath of Typhoon Megi in 2010 includes the loss of $255 million (11 billion pesos) worth of properties, agricultural, and fish goods. Typhoon Megi hits Philippines. In the evening hours of August 31, Namtheun weakened into a tropical depression north of Taiwan Strait, then continued to move south to southwest, and skirted the southern coast of Fujian province. Early on October 20, the Japan Meteorological Agency (JMA) upgraded an area of low pressure into a tropical depression. On the evening of that day, the system was located about 370 km (230 mi) northwest of Guam. Whilst over the Philippines Conson moved towards the west and passed over Manila before moving into the South China Sea early on July 14. The names Lionrock and Fanapi were used for the first time (and only, in the case of Fanapi), as it was replaced from Tingting and Rananim. An estimated P47 million worth of agricultural products were damaged in the province. [85], Late on October 12, JMA reported that a tropical depression formed west of Guam. [citation needed], Early on July 17, the JMA reported that a tropical depression had developed about 220 km (140 mi) to the northeast of Manila, Philippines. While it shared many common features of TCs that crossed Luzon Island in the northern Philippines, Megi experienced unique intensity and structural changes, which were reproduced reasonably well in a simulation using the Advanced Research Weather Research and … During this time, the remnant low regenerated slightly, but didn't restrengthen into a tropical depression, and the system dissipated on October 11 near Hong Kong. Typhoon Haiphong. [30] During March 22 further development of the system was hampered by an anticyclone to the east of the system that caused moderate to strong wind shear. [119] It made landfall south of Da Nang, Vietnam on November 14, and it dissipated later in the day.[120]. However, during that day, the depression rapidly consolidated with an anticyclone helping to develop the low level circulation center. However, later that day, the depression to a remnant low, with the JMA issuing their final advisory on the system. PHILIPPINE TYPHOONS – The list are the names of typhoons and storms that hit Philippines which left huge destructions and the costliest. [130][131] However, in 2014, PAGASA had revised their list and switched the name from Kanor to Karding after negative feedback from the public. The season's first named storm, Omais, developed on March 24 while the season's last named storm, Chaba dissipated or became extratropical on October 30. Two people were drowned and found dead, and two are still missing. Heavy rains produced by the storm killed one people on a cargo ship sank amidst rough seas produced by the storm. On the next day, the system started to move northwest and crossed Guam island. typhoon 2010 philippines (Xinhua/Rouelle Umali). 2. Impact: 20,000 fatalities. [56] During that day Domeng interacted with another low pressure area which was located to the north of the system, before merging with it early on August 4. Background. [12] After Vietnam was hit by Tropical Depression 01W in January, the Vietnamese National Center for Hydro Meteorological forecasts predicted in May that 6–7 tropical cyclones would affect Vietnam during 2010. Early on September 1, Lionrock made a Fujiwhara effect with Namtheun, while Lionrock maintained its strength while Namtheun was absorbed. [51] Later the next day on July 25, the depression made landfall in Yilan County before the JMA stopped monitoring the depression as it dissipated near the coast of Fujian province.[52][53][54]. Typhoon Chanthu, known as Tropical Storm Caloy, was one of the weaker typhoons of the 2010 Pacific typhoon season. On July 16, the National Disaster Coordinating Council has revised the death toll to 38. There was a great flood and brought great destructions to the city. On the morning of July 13, DEPED suspended all elementary and preschool classes in Metro Manila and some other provinces. Vamco will pummel the same areas battered by Goni. [80] Later on the same day, the depression strengthened slightly. [73] Southwest of Tokyo, roughly 10,000 people were advised to evacuate their homes due to the threat of dangerous flash floods and landslides.[74]. Philippines: Floods and Landslides - May 2010; Philippines: Floods and Landslides - Nov 2010; Typhoon … [22][23][24], Within Vietnam strong waves caused by the tropical depression, causing three people to die, while rowing their coracles to find shelter. [96] Later that day, Megi further weakened to a tropical depression before dissipating completely on October 24. Ilocus Sur of Region I, a road was closed due to heavy rain. During July 13, Conson started to weaken as it interacted with the Philippines before it made landfall near General Nakar, Quezon. PAGASA Censors "Kanor, "Sitrep No. Torrential rains, exceeding 40 mm (1.6 in) per hour triggered flash flooding and wind gusts up to 100 km/h (62 mph) were recorded. [4], The Philippine Atmospheric, Geophysical and Astronomical Services Administration (PAGASA) reported on January 7 that they were expecting a total of 19 tropical cyclones to pass through the Philippine area of responsibility during 2010. After passing close to Hainan island, Conson moved into an area with high levels of vertical wind shear and as a result it rapidly weakened into a tropical storm, before making landfall in Vietnam during July 17. It moved into the Philippine Area of Responsibility and was given the name Henry. [124] Although the JTWC has not issued an advisory on the system, they noted that it was a subtropical cyclone with sustained winds of at least 85 km/h (50 mph) and had a pressure of 990 mbar (hPa). Early on October 18, Megi made its first landfall over Luzon. [121][122] On December 13, JTWC and the JMA both issued their last advisory on Tropical Depression 19W, as it dissipated completely over the northwestern part of the South China Sea, without impacting any major land masses. 9 According to a project evaluation people assisted felt that orientation and information sessions enabled them to understand what they were entitled to receive. It includes their intensity, duration, name, landfalls, deaths, and damages. When the typhoon struck, the region was still reeling from the Bohol earthquake in October. Dianmu weakened as it crossed the Korean peninsula and emerged into the Sea of Japan. During the next day, the Joint Typhoon Warning Center (JTWC) reported that the system had intensified into Tropical Depression 19W, while the JMA upgraded the system to a tropical depression. [11] In May the GCACIC forecasted that between May and December, six tropical cyclones would make landfall on Southern China and another six tropical cyclones would make landfall on or pass within 100 km (62 mi) of either the Korean Peninsula or Japan. Due to land reaction, Mindulle rapidly weakened on August 25 and fully dissipated and made their final warning very early on August 26. [132][133], During their 2011 annual session the ESCAP/WMO Typhoon Committee, announced that the name Fanapi, would be retired from its naming lists and was replaced with the name Rai. February-April 2010 — New houses built. Pages in category "2010s in the Philippines" The following 9 pages are in this category, out of 9 total. [64] Across the country, at least 10 people were killed and losses reached ₫850 billion (US$43.3 million).[65]. Later on the same day, the depression degenerated to the remnant low. Lionrock soon lost its intensity as it went over Guangdong, and on September 3, the storm had turned into a low pressure area. After Meranti was upgraded into a tropical storm, it continued to move northward into Taiwan Strait. Devastation of Natural Resources 4.0 Conclusion Introduction On the 17th day of December 2011, a tremendous typhoon struck on the southern part of the Philippines specifically, Iligan City and Cagayan de Oro City. Devastation of Natural Resources 4.0 Conclusion Introduction On the 17th day of December 2011, a tremendous typhoon struck on the southern part of the Philippines specifically, Iligan City and Cagayan de Oro City. The remnants of the depression dissipated completely early on October 28. A typhoon that left at least 21 people dead in the Philippines and 33 others missing spun toward China Thursday morning, while another another tropical storm brewing in … Following the system's development, PAGASA stated that rainfall from system could trigger landslides and flooding in Aurora, the Bicol Region, and Quezon. The next day, it gradually intensified into a weak tropical disturbance by the JTWC. [50] The depression was in an area of moderate vertical windshear and had a broad low level circulation. Early the next day, the JMA further upgraded the tropical storm into a severe tropical storm. Later that afternoon, the Japan Meteorological Agency (JMA) upgraded the disturbance to a tropical depression and the Joint Typhoon Warning Centre (JTWC) issued a Tropical Cyclone Formation Alert (TCFA) which was later upgraded to a tropical depression. The typhoon made landfall near the city of Wuchuan. [103] Later that day, the JTWC upgraded the storm into a Category 1 Typhoon. Although the first Philippine TC, by the name of AGATON (OMAIS), developed during the peak of the El Niño (dry) event in March 2010, it was followed by BASYANG (CONSON) on July 11 - about four months later. media caption Super typhoon reaches the Philippines The world's strongest storm this year, Super Typhoon Mangkhut, is blasting the northern coast of the Philippines … The season ran throughout 2010, though most tropical cyclones tend to develop between May and October. [35][36], The depression brought torrential rains to Mindanao causing slight floods in the area. On January 16, a disorganized area of low pressure formed in the south China Sea. It regenerated on August 20 when it was located about 280 km (170 mi), to the west of Dagupan City. [118] Later that day, JTWC issued Tropical Cyclone Formation Alert for system, and eventually, it was numbered Tropical Depression 18W. Since the 2000 Pacific typhoon season, the Guy Carpenter Asia-Pacific Climate Impact Centre (GCACIC), of the City University of Hong Kong (CityUHK), have issued forecasts of activity for each upcoming typhoon season. In September, Typhoon Fanapi struck Taiwan and China, causing heavy damage in the two countries. This article is about the 2010 typhoon. Philippines Typhoon Facts and Figures; Philippines Typhoon Facts and Figures 05/03/2015 . [75], In post-storm analysis, the JMA upgraded Meranti into a severe tropical storm. [89] Later, PAGASA began to issue advisories on Megi and named it Juan. 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