miércoles, 30 de septiembre de 2015

GREEN alert: Cyclone MARTY-15 : 0 people in Cat1(120km/h)

Green alert for Tropical Cyclone MARTY-15


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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.
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 129.63 (36.01 m/s or 80.55mph).

Current Storm Status

Analysis based on advisory number 17 for MARTY-15, published on 30 Sep 2015 21:00

  • The storm is: active
  • Current country: Mexico
  • Current position: Lat:16.3 Lon:-103
  • Alert level at current position: Green
  • Basin: EastPacific
  • Current strength: Tropical Depression
  • Current maximum sustained wind speed: 36.01

GDACS report created on 30 Sep 2015 23:18.

For a more complete report including information on storm surge and extreme rainfall, please go to http://www.gdacs.org/Cyclones/report.aspx?eventid=1000219&episodeid=17&eventtype=TC.



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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.