jueves, 21 de febrero de 2019

GREEN alert: Cyclone OMA-19 : 0 people in Cat1(120km/h)

Green alert for Tropical Cyclone OMA-19

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Legend: areas affected by winds of 39mph (green), 58mph (orange) and 74mph (red); shaded area is uncertainty cone of forecasted cyclone path.
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Legend: areas affected by winds of 39mph (green), 58mph (orange) and 74mph (red); blue area is heavy rainfall >100mm/6hr (source: eTRaP)
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Legend: areas affected by storm surge <1m (red), >1m (yellow) (source: JRC)

Alert level

The alert level for the forecasted track (next 72h) is Green.

The overall alert level is Green for

This tropical cyclone can have a low humanitarian impact based on the storm strength and the affected population in the past and forecasted path.

Please see methodology for more explanations on thresholds.

In particular are affected by high winds up to 138.89 (38.58 m/s or 86.30mph).

Current Storm Status

Analysis based on advisory number 39 for OMA-19, published on 21 Feb 2019 12:00

  • The storm is: active
  • Current country: New Caledonia, Vanuatu, Solomon Islands
  • Current position: Lat:-24.1 Lon:159.7
  • Alert level at current position: Green
  • Basin:
  • Current strength: Tropical Storm
  • Current maximum sustained wind speed: 38.58

GDACS report created on 21 Feb 2019 15:50.

For a more complete report including information on storm surge and extreme rainfall, please go to http://www.gdacs.org/Cyclones/report.aspx?eventid=1000548&eventtype=TC.

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Disclaimer

While we try everything to ensure accuracy, this information is purely indicative and should not be used for any decision making without alternate sources of information. The JRC is not responsible for any damage or loss resulting from the use of the information presented on this website. Please refer to the GDACS website for subscribing or unsubscribing from the earthquake alert email or SMS service.
Information related to the track has been collected from the Joint Typhoon Warning Centre and NOAA National Hurricane Center . The impact analysis is performed by the Joint Research Center of the European Commission.

GREEN alert: Cyclone WUTIP-19 inGuam : 2033 people in Cat1(120km/h) , 217508 in tropical depression.

Green alert for Tropical Cyclone WUTIP-19

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Legend: areas affected by winds of 39mph (green), 58mph (orange) and 74mph (red); shaded area is uncertainty cone of forecasted cyclone path.
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Legend: areas affected by winds of 39mph (green), 58mph (orange) and 74mph (red); blue area is heavy rainfall >100mm/6hr (source: eTRaP)
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Click for detailed report

Legend: areas affected by storm surge <1m (red), >1m (yellow) (source: JRC)

Alert level

The alert level for the forecasted track (next 72h) is Green.

The overall alert level is Green for

This tropical cyclone can have a low humanitarian impact based on the storm strength and the affected population in the past and forecasted path.

Please see methodology for more explanations on thresholds.

In particular are affected by high winds up to 194.44 (54.01 m/s or 120.82mph).

Current Storm Status

Analysis based on advisory number 10 for WUTIP-19, published on 21 Feb 2019 12:00

  • The storm is: active
  • Current country: Guam
  • Current position: Lat:7.1 Lon:148.7
  • Alert level at current position: Green
  • Basin: NWPacific
  • Current strength: Hurricane/Typhoon > 74 mph
  • Current maximum sustained wind speed: 54.01

GDACS report created on 21 Feb 2019 15:37.

For a more complete report including information on storm surge and extreme rainfall, please go to http://www.gdacs.org/Cyclones/report.aspx?eventid=1000549&eventtype=TC.

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Disclaimer

While we try everything to ensure accuracy, this information is purely indicative and should not be used for any decision making without alternate sources of information. The JRC is not responsible for any damage or loss resulting from the use of the information presented on this website. Please refer to the GDACS website for subscribing or unsubscribing from the earthquake alert email or SMS service.
Information related to the track has been collected from the Joint Typhoon Warning Centre and NOAA National Hurricane Center . The impact analysis is performed by the Joint Research Center of the European Commission.

Green alert: earthquake M 5.5 in Japan on 2/21/2019 12:22:41 PM

M 5.5 in Japan on 21 Feb 2019 12:22 UTC

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GDACS Alert based on "Shakemap" alerting model





Summary

This earthquake is expected to have a low humanitarian impact based on the magnitude and the affected population and their vulnerability.

  • Earthquake Magnitude: 5.5
  • Depth: 41.2 Km
  • Event Date UTC: 21 Feb 2019 12:22
  • Exposed population in MMI>=7: 0

Whether international humanitarian aid is needed must be decided by an expert.

See the GDACS website for live news coverage (including OCHA Situation Reports), the full earthquake report

For information on emergency response, please consult the GDACS Virtual OSOCC.

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Earthquake Event

Impact Details

The earthquake happened inJapan, Region of Hokkaido (population 5,808,054). The nearest places are Horonai (6km), Takinoue (11km), Azuma (11km), Hayakita (11km), Oiwake (12km), and 68 more.

The following vulnerable infrastructure is nearby and may be affected.

For logistics, the following access points are nearby. The nearest airports are Sapporo-New Chitose (runway 9800ft, 21km), Sappora / Chitose (runway 9800ft, 23km), Sapporo (runway 4500ft, 57km), Sado Shima (62km), and Tokachi (runway 4900ft, 99km). The nearest ports are Tomakomai (32km), Wakkanai (70km), Otaru (87km), Muroran (96km), and Hamamasu (97km).

Population

Population in major intensity
Intensity Population
no people

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Disclaimer

While we try everything to ensure accuracy, this information is purely indicative and should not be used for any decision making without alternate sources of information. The JRC is not responsible for any damage or loss resulting from the use of the information presented on this website. Please refer to the GDACS website for subscribing or unsubscribing from the earthquake alert email or SMS service.

Green alert: earthquake M 5.1 in Solomon Islands on 2/21/2019 10:50:48 AM

M 5.1 in Solomon Islands on 21 Feb 2019 10:50 UTC

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GDACS Alert based on "Earthquake Parameter" alerting model




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Population Density near epicenter (people/km2). Image area: 6x4 decimal degrees (approx. 650x450km2).

Summary

This earthquake is expected to have a low humanitarian impact based on the magnitude and the affected population and their vulnerability.

  • Earthquake Magnitude: M5.1
  • Depth: 40.08 Km
  • Event Date UTC: 21 Feb 2019 10:50
  • Exposed Population: About 23000 people within 100km

Whether international humanitarian aid is needed must be decided by an expert.

See the GDACS website for live news coverage (including OCHA Situation Reports), the full earthquake report

For information on emergency response, please consult the GDACS Virtual OSOCC.

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Earthquake Event

Impact Details

The earthquake happened off shore, near Solomon Islands, of Solomon Is. (population 366,000). The distance to the nearest coast is 39km. The nearest places are Napasiwai (38km), Iaruraha (42km), Funakumwa (43km), Mwaniwowo (43km), Geta (44km), and 35 more.

The following vulnerable infrastructure is nearby and may be affected.

For logistics, the following access points are nearby. The nearest airports are Santa Ana (55km), and Kirakira (83km). The nearest ports are Cape Surville (53km), and Kira Kira (83km).

The population near the earthquake is shown in the table below.

Radius Population Density (people/km2)
75 km 11000 people 0
50 km 3200 people 0
20 km no people 0
10 km no people 0

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Disclaimer

While we try everything to ensure accuracy, this information is purely indicative and should not be used for any decision making without alternate sources of information. The JRC is not responsible for any damage or loss resulting from the use of the information presented on this website. Please refer to the GDACS website for subscribing or unsubscribing from the earthquake alert email or SMS service.

GREEN alert: Cyclone OMA-19 : 0 people in Cat1(120km/h)

Green alert for Tropical Cyclone OMA-19

map
Click for an interactive map

Legend: areas affected by winds of 39mph (green), 58mph (orange) and 74mph (red); shaded area is uncertainty cone of forecasted cyclone path.
map
Legend: areas affected by winds of 39mph (green), 58mph (orange) and 74mph (red); blue area is heavy rainfall >100mm/6hr (source: eTRaP)
map
Click for detailed report

Legend: areas affected by storm surge <1m (red), >1m (yellow) (source: JRC)

Alert level

The alert level for the forecasted track (next 72h) is Green.

The overall alert level is Green for

This tropical cyclone can have a low humanitarian impact based on the storm strength and the affected population in the past and forecasted path.

Please see methodology for more explanations on thresholds.

In particular are affected by high winds up to 138.89 (38.58 m/s or 86.30mph).

Current Storm Status

Analysis based on advisory number 38 for OMA-19, published on 21 Feb 2019 06:00

  • The storm is: active
  • Current country: New Caledonia, Vanuatu, Solomon Islands
  • Current position: Lat:-23.4 Lon:159.8
  • Alert level at current position: Green
  • Basin:
  • Current strength: Tropical Storm
  • Current maximum sustained wind speed: 38.58

GDACS report created on 21 Feb 2019 10:20.

For a more complete report including information on storm surge and extreme rainfall, please go to http://www.gdacs.org/Cyclones/report.aspx?eventid=1000548&eventtype=TC.

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Disclaimer

While we try everything to ensure accuracy, this information is purely indicative and should not be used for any decision making without alternate sources of information. The JRC is not responsible for any damage or loss resulting from the use of the information presented on this website. Please refer to the GDACS website for subscribing or unsubscribing from the earthquake alert email or SMS service.
Information related to the track has been collected from the Joint Typhoon Warning Centre and NOAA National Hurricane Center . The impact analysis is performed by the Joint Research Center of the European Commission.