[15][22], The storm dropped heavy rainfall across southern China and Haikou recorded a rainfall of 309.7 mm (12 inches) during the storm passage. [18] Chanchu is also the most intense typhoon on Hong Kong Observatory's record to enter the South China Sea in May. On November 1, the JTWC upgraded the typhoon back into a Category 3-equivalent storm, and forecast that it would make a direct impact on Hong Kong. The name "Rumbia" comes from a type of palm tree known as the sago palm. Strong waves and currents created by typhoons can break apart reefs and smother them in sand and debris. This video is unavailable. It strengthened into a severe tropical storm on July 20, and further deepened into a typhoon 24 hours later. It made its first landfall near Casiguran, Aurora early on November 11, crossed the Lingayen Gulf and its second landfall on Barangay Lucap, Alaminos about 8 hours later. Wukong absorbed Tropical Storm Sonamu shortly before landfall in Japan. On December 16, the Japan Meteorological Agency started issuing public bulletins on a tropical depression southwest of Guam. The depression strengthened into a tropical storm the next day, and was designated Tropical Storm Bilis by the JMA. [26] Agricultural losses totaled ₱71.57 million (PHP, US$1.3 million),[nb 4] chiefly to the corn harvest,[26] with an additional ₱46 million (PHP, US$850,000)[nb 4] in infrastructure damage. [10] The country saw four storms making landfall, with three of them reaching Category 4 or 5 super typhoon status. Tropical Depression 11W formed south of Iwo Jima on August 12. CMA kept it as a tropical storm until it made landfall in Vietnam in the morning of September 25. All domestic flights to offshore islands were canceled, and rail service was interrupted. It weakened under heavy vertical wind shear and the JTWC issued its final advisory on Tropical Depression 17W before landfall in Vietnam. It intensified further and was upgraded to a typhoon by the JMA on the morning of December 9, with PAGASA and JTWC doing the same. Chinese ships assisted in the search-and-rescue mission, ultimately rescuing 330 fishermen from 22 boats; however, 21 bodies were found, and the remaining 220 missing were presumed killed. Combined effects with ash from the Mayon Volcano had killed over 1,500 people and damages at least US$530 million. On December 19, the JMA downgraded the storm to a tropical depression and issued its last public bulletin as the storm dissipated over water. South Korean forecasters also issued warnings ahead of an expected landfall, but this did not materialise. [24] The storm has also killed at least 32 people in China, while another 60 people are missing. With all three combined, more than 900 people have been dead and damages were reported more than US$5 billion. [66] It also caused at least US$9 million in damage. Rainfall in the country spread across Guangdong, Fujian, Jiangxi, and Zhejiang,[35] and Chanchu became the earliest typhoon to affect Shanghai in 80 years. The other reason behind this is due to the fact that there was an increase in tropical activity and much warmer SSTs over in the Niño 3.75 region than the previous forecast. [27] In Oriental Mindoro, the Philippine Red Cross provided food and relief items to families in Calapan. It continued to weaken, turning northwards towards Hainan, and was downgraded to a tropical storm the next day. [64] Further casualties happened as the typhoon passed through Luzon. The JTWC issued its final warning at 3 p.m. UTC on November 4. The JMA released its final advisory on September 7. [53], At 0600 UTC on October 9, a tropical storm watch was issued for Agrihan in the northern Mariana Islands,[55] upgraded to a warning the next day. In southern China, flooding and strong winds from Chanchu wrecked about 14,000 houses and damaged over 190,000 ha (470,000 acres) of crop fields. 颱風珍珠(英語: Typhoon Chanchu ,國際編號:0601,聯合颱風警報中心:02W,菲律宾大气地球物理和天文服務管理局:Caloy)是2006年太平洋颱風季第一個被命名的熱帶氣旋。 「珍珠」是由澳門所提供的颱風名稱,是一種由軟體動物(主要是牡蠣)生產的硬的、圓滑的產物。 [57] The head of the Vietnam Institute of Meteorology, Hydrology and Environment resigned two weeks after Chanchu killed many fishermen because of inadequate warnings. [59] On Iwo Jima, winds were recorded up to 160 km/h (100 mph) with gusts up to 210 km/h (130 mph). The system continued to strengthen, and the JTWC upgraded it to a tropical storm on October 27. The JTWC designated it a typhoon at 3 p.m. UTC August 6. Soon after, the depression entered the area of responsibility of PAGASA, who named it Seniang. Then-Deputy Prime Minister Nguyễn Tấn Dũng ordered a review of the meteorological agency as a result. According to the JTWC, lack of equatorial outflow prevented rapid intensification of the system. Typhoon Ioke, which formed from the Central Pacific, entered the basin and became the strongest Central Pacific hurricane. The associated flooding washed away many shrimp from coastal ponds and also entered Thu Bồn River, thus preventing its use as a source for irrigation for about 1,000 ha (2,500 acres) of rice paddy fields. The JMA and JTWC issued their final advisories later that day as Durian emerged into the Gulf of Thailand as a weak tropical depression. [68] In the aftermath of the storm's passage across the Philippines, the Swedish International Development Cooperation Agency contributed 2.5 million Swedish krona (US$350,000) to aid efforts.[69]. The depression degenerated into an area of low pressure early the next day. [34] Rainfall totaled over 250 mm (9.8 in) in southeastern Guangdong and southwestern Fujian. The typhoon killed over 200 people in the country, and produced strong winds and rainfall, downing power lines and causing mudflows. [6] After an upper-level low to the east provided favorable outflow to the south and the east,[7] Chanchu rapidly intensified on May 14. In 6 hours, Durian intensified from 90 kn 1-minute sustained winds to 125 kn winds. The JTWC and the HKO upgraded Prapiroon to a typhoon at 3 a.m. UTC, while the JMA officially upgraded it to a typhoon at 12 p.m. UTC (8 p.m. HKT). [39] Although the storm was forecast to directly impact the island, all businesses remained open and schools were not closed. Wukong was submitted by People's Republic of China, and it is the name of a character in a Chinese epic. The tropical depression also necessitated the issuance of the Standby Signal No. Moving west to west-northwestward, Durian intensified slowly. In Hong Kong, the flag raising ceremony at the Golden Bauhinia Square was cancelled due to strong wind. [58] After the many deaths of fishermen from Chanchu, the Vietnam government prevented any fishermen from leaving harbor during the passage of Typhoon Durian in November. [2] Five hours later, the Joint Typhoon Warning Center (JTWC)[nb 3] issued a tropical cyclone formation alert, and at 18:00 UTC they classified the system as Tropical Depression 02W. After the season, PAGASA had stated that the names Milenyo and Reming will be retired as they had caused over Php1 billion in damages and over 300 fatalities. Convection became intermittent, flaring around the circulation, and Dr. Haorau estimated it weakened to a depression later that day. [41], Between August 9 and 10, the remnants of Bopha produced moderate rainfall around Hong Kong, peaking at 45.6 mm (1.80 in). The depression moved northwest and made landfall a in Hainan on the same day. [86] On March 11, the same system emerged to the South China Sea as the JMA had re-upgraded it back to a tropical depression. Bopha unexpectedly restrengthened into a severe tropical storm at 3 a.m. UTC August 8, before weakening back to a tropical storm at 12 p.m. UTC. [98] The names of significant tropical cyclones are retired, by both PAGASA and the Typhoon Committee. [20] The Adventist Development and Relief Agency also provided building materials for 200 families in Mindoro. This reef damage in turn causes the populations of fish to decrease, affecting those who depend on the reefs for livelihood and food. They were subsequently replaced on the list with Mario and Ruby. Also, this season was more active, costly, and deadly than the previous season. The CMA issued its final warning on July 22 as it started to weaken rapidly. Saomai passed into the Area of Responsibility of PAGASA on August 8 and was named Typhoon Juan by PAGASA. Early on November 10, the JMA upgraded Chebi to a severe tropical storm as it continued to move west towards the Philippines, following a similar track as Typhoon Cimaron earlier in the season. A quick bout of intensification occurred on November 29, causing the JMA to upgrade the storm to 100 knots in wind intensity, and the JTWC to give it a Dvorak classification of 6.5 (127 kn) in a satellite fix. An area of disturbed weather developed east of the Mariana Islands on October 31, and moved west-northwestward over the next week without any increase in organization due to an unfavorable environment, until November 6, when it encountered more favorable conditions, and the Japan Meteorological Agency declared it a tropical depression on November 8. Watch Queue Queue Chanchu weakened as it curved to the northeast, making landfall near Shantou, Guangdong on May 17 as a severe tropical storm. Events January. Warm waters and favorable outflow allowed the storm to quickly intensify to peak maximum sustained winds of 175 km/h (110 mph) on May 15. By September 9, the system became more extratropical in nature and was last noted by the JTWC at that time.[47]. [11] Around 1200 UTC on October 10, the JTWC upgraded Soulik to a typhoon,[54] and the JMA followed suit late on October 12. Typhoon Xangsane, known in the Philippines as Typhoon Milenyo, was a typhoon that affected the Philippines, Vietnam, and Thailand during the 2006 Pacific typhoon season.The name Xangsane was submitted by Laos and means elephant. By September 15, the system dissipated while making landfall over in South Korea. The strong winds caused moderate crop damage totaling to $7.2 million (2006 USD).[50]. The name Cimaron was submitted by the Philippines, and is a type of wild ox. Yagi was upgraded briefly to a super typhoon by the JTWC from September 21 to 22. [31] Initially, there were 400 fishermen missing,[32] although there was conflicting information with regard to the number of ships and people affected,[31] particularly with ships near Hainan or Taiwan. [27] Near Metro Manila, the winds damaged billboards, knocked over trees, and caused isolated power outages. [7], Tropical cyclogenesis had become much favorable during late June with formations of Jelawat and Ewiniar. Maria formed out of a tropical depression over the open waters of the western Pacific Ocean. [5] On August 4, TSR released their final forecast. The JTWC issued its final warning later that day, having never upgraded the storm to tropical storm strength, citing no indication of a significant low-level circulation centre. Around this time, the JTWC also upgraded the system to a tropical storm.[36]. The Joint Typhoon Warning Center identified an area of disturbed weather northeast of Chuuk on September 13. The system was organized enough to be classified as Tropical Depression 17W by the JTWC the next day. [25], The trough that engulfed Chanchu drew moisture from the typhoon, leading to heavy rainfall in portions of South Korea that reached 144 mm (5.7 in) on Jeju Island. [45] Typhoon Ioke then passed just to the northeast of Minami Torishima, which had been evacuated ahead of the storm, but as a weakened Category 3-equivalent typhoon. [60], This article is about the 2006 typhoon. [1][4] Late on May 10, the JTWC upgraded Chanchu to typhoon status, estimating 1 minute sustained winds of 140 km/h (85 mph). [23], In Nishihara, Okinawa, high waves caused by Chanchu swept away three bathers. Later at 12 p.m. UTC on the same day, the JMA upgraded the tropical depression to Tropical Storm Shanshan. On the afternoon of September 10, it entered the PAGASA AOR and was named Luis. [53] At 0600 UTC on October 14, Soulik passed within 40 km (25 mi) of Iwo Jima. They were replaced with Sanba, Maliksi, Son-Tinh, Leepi and Mangkhut, respectively. Despite moving through the archipelago, Chanchu intensified slightly within the Sibuyan Sea, striking Mindoro on May 12 with 1 minute winds of 160 km/h (100 mph), according to the JTWC. [1] At 06:00 UTC on May 8, the Japan Meteorological Agency (JMA)[nb 2] declared that a tropical depression had developed about 175 km (110 mi) northeast of Palau. [53] Another ridge west of Soulik turned the storm northward, and the influence of both ridges caused Soulik to become nearly stationary about 100 km (65 mi) south-southwest of Iwo Jima. [59], After the season ended, members of the 39th meeting of the Typhoon Committee of the World Meteorological Organization met in Manila in December 2006. Category 4 Super Typhoon. According to the JTWC, this would place the island within an area affected by typhoon-force winds. PAGASA ceased advisories on the storm shortly after as it moved out of its area of responsibility. This name was submitted by Vietnam. [60] Although Soulik spent over a day near Iwo Jima, no damage was reported as a result of the storm.[61]. Cimaron then re-intensified after crossing the island, but not to its original strength, and was expected to curve towards Hainan, instead of moving towards Vietnam as previously forecast. Sustained winds in the territory reached 96 km/h (60 mph), while gusts reached 146 km/h (91 mph), both recorded at Tate's Cairn. Inbound flights were rerouted to nearby airports and outbound flights were cancelled or postponed. The name Xangsane was submitted by Laos and means elephant. [79], Typhoon Utor was blamed for heavy rains of up to 350 mm within 24 hours in southern Peninsular Malaysia, specifically Johor, Negeri Sembilan, Melaka and Pahang, causing massive floods within the southern region on December 18, 2006, which was considered as the worst in the Malaysian southern region history. The JMA designated it as such at 12 a.m. UTC August 5. The ACE predicted was around 298. Rains from the typhoon killed two people in Taiwan after sweeping them up in a river, and crop damage there reached NT$158.88 million (NTD, US$5 million). The JTWC classified it as Tropical Depression 23W early on November 9. The ship was chopped into small pieces and I don't know where they brought the remains. An area of disturbed weather developed southeast of Chuuk on November 24. Typhoon Chanchu (known as Caloy in the Philippines) brought strong winds and heavy rains to the central Philippines as the storm passed through the mid-section of the country. [99] While the Philippine Atmospheric, Geophysical and Astronomical Services Administration assigns names to tropical cyclones which move into or form as a tropical depression in their area of responsibility located between 135°E and 115°E and between 5°N-25°N even if the cyclone has had an international name assigned to it. The JTWC declared the formation of Tropical Depression 14W the next day. [82] Until December 24, 2006, the floods had claimed 8 lives.[83]. [93] The first one persisted just south of Hong Kong and dissipated later on the same day. Even after full protection though, Apo Reef suffered extensive damage from the climate change-spurred super typhoon Caloy in 2006. The JMA downgraded it to a severe tropical storm on December 13, and to a tropical storm the same day. Initially it remained disorganized while tracking to the west, although a circulation became more distinct on May 7, indicative of gradual organization. After crossing the Philippines, Utor took a track similar to Typhoon Chebi in November, first moving northwest then threatening to take aim at Hong Kong. After issuing a Tropical Cyclone Formation Alert earlier, the Joint Typhoon Warning Center issued its first warning on Tropical Depression 18W. 8 in Macau this year. The remnants of Rumbia later became extremely elongated on October 6, before being absorbed into the large extratropical low of Bebinca. [42], In the days after Chanchu moved through the Philippines, then-President Gloria Macapagal Arroyo ordered that the country's National Disaster Coordinating Council help all towns affected by the storm. During early December, two systems formed. [67] 90% of the houses were damaged in a coastal town near where Cimaron made landfall. Also on that day, the Philippine Atmospheric, Geophysical and Astronomical Services Administration (PAGASA) began issuing warnings on the storm as Tropical Storm Caloy. On October 12, a tropical disturbance that had been meandering in the Philippine Area of Responsibility was designated Tropical Depression Ompong by PAGASA. It started to recurve near Chichi-jima, and never affected major land areas. Moreover, it was stated that the ratio of intense typhoons was 0.73, which was the highest since 1970.[1]. 13th storm to hit the Philippines in 2006 Developed into a tropical depression on September 25, 2006 Milenyo's center hit Metro Manila noon of September 28, 2006 EFFECTS AS OF OCTOBER 18, 2006 Though never officially warned upon by any agency, meteorologist Gary Padgett and Dr. Karl Hoarau of Cergy-Pontoise University surmised that the system likely was a tropical cyclone. The JMA upgraded the storm to a severe tropical storm on the morning of August 2. [15] PAGASA issued a storm signal number 2 for several provinces along Chanchu's path, as well as storm signal number 1 for other areas, largely forecasting for rainfall and gusty winds. The PAGASA had also declared that Chanchu had entered their area, giving the local name Caloy. 77 people were reported killed. 3 has been raised in the provinces of Cebu, Leyte, Samar Provinces. The first named storm of the 2006 Pacific typhoon season, Chanchu formed on May 8 in the vicinity of the Federated States of Micronesia and progressed westward. The first named storm of the 2006 Pacific typhoon season, Chanchu formed on May 8 … Entering the PAGASA Area of Responsibility on December 18 as it maintained minimal tropical storm intensity, it was named Tomas. Within the northwestern Pacific Ocean, there are two separate agencies that assign names to tropical cyclones which can often result in a cyclone having two names. Fish and other predators had to leave the reef and look for food elsewhere. Typhoon Caloy, which hit Apo Reef in the Philippines in 2006, decreased the coral cover to 18% from 51%. The first named storm of the 2006 Pacific typhoon season, Chanchu formed on May 8 in the vicinity of the Federated States of Micronesia and progressed westward. [100] This was the same list than used in 2002, except Domeng, Ester, Glenda, Henry, Katring, Luis, Paeng, Queenie, Reming, Seniang, Tomas, Waldo, Chito, Felino, Harriet and Indang, which replaced Dagul, Espada, Gloria, Hambalos, Kaka, Lagalag, Paloma, Quadro, Rapido, Sibasib, Tagbanwa, Wisik, Ciriaco, Forte, Hunyango and Itoy. The depression strengthened because it was in an area of high sea-surface temperatures, and there were distinct cloud features of anticyclonic outflow, according to the JMA. [14] As Chanchu emerged to the South China Sea, and moved northward, the storm explosively intensified into a Category 4 typhoon and reached peak intensity with 10-minute sustained winds of 175 km/h (110 mph) on May 15. Residents were warned about the possibility of torrential rains, flooding and mudslides. The JTWC then forecast a direct hit over Metro Manila later that day when it upgraded the storm to a super typhoon. More than 50,000 residents have been affected by … An area of convection, or thunderstorms, persisted on May 5 southeast of Yap State in the Federated States of Micronesia (FSM). In the afternoon of August 23, the China Meteorological Administration declared the formation of a tropical depression near Hainan. [46], Immediate after Chanchu's China landfall, officials began distributing tents, quilts, water purification tablets, and disinfectant. [8], By the time Chanchu attained peak winds, an eastward-moving trough over China broke up the ridge to the north,[7] causing the typhoon to turn sharply to the north into a less favorable environment. May 2006, Vol. For other storms of the same name, see, Typhoon Chanchu at peak intensity on May 14. Rough seas sank a ferry off Masbate, despite a warning against the operation of small craft, having left at sunrise to avoid the police. The depression slowly moved westward toward the Philippines, but wind shear from Typhoon Soulik prevented any intensification. Typhoon Chanchu (international designation: 0601, JTWC designation: 02W, also designated Typhoon Caloy by PAGASA) was the second tropical storm and first typhoon of the 2006 Pacific typhoon season recognized by the Joint Typhoon Warning Center.According to the Japan Meteorological Agency, Chanchu was the first tropical storm of the season.Hong Kong Observatory … [31] One person was killed after being struck by lightning and six others were injured.[32][33][34]. Jelawat made landfall over Southern China and fully dissipated inland on June 29. Bebinca is a type of Macanese milk pudding. On June 29, a persistent tropical disturbance was classified as a tropical depression by the JTWC while east of Palau. Metro Manila was not spared, when the typhoon reached it … Six people were injured in the territory, including three on a jetfoil bound for Macau. Typhoon Cimaron made landfall over in northern Luzon as a Category 5 super typhoon with minimal damages. The JTWC identified a tropical depression near the Caroline Islands late on August 4 UTC. The Accumulated Cyclone Energy (ACE) index for the 2006 Pacific typhoon season was 240.3336 units. [49], Vietnamese president Trần Đức Lương expressed his thanks to the Chinese government on May 22 for rescuing the Vietnamese on the imperiled ships. Later that day at 12 p.m. UTC, the JMA upgraded it to a tropical storm named it Chebi. The storm's name was Caloy, though it was called Chanchu outside the Philippines. Ewiniar became extratropical over the Sea of Japan on the same day. Shanshan weakened slightly on September 14, but quickly restrengthened and reached Category 4 status on the JTWC's scale. On January 23, the JMA assessed the storm to have attained winds of 55 km/h (35 mph 10-minute winds). The typhoon killed at least 19 people, many of whom drowned, and left 15 missing in the northern Philippines. Typhoon Chanchu, known in the Philippines as Typhoon Caloy, was the most intense typhoon in the South China Sea in the month of May according to the Hong Kong Observatory (HKO). A ship also sank off Ulleungdo.[48]. It made landfall at about 12:30 p.m. UTC the same day on Northern Luzon. In 2006, Typhoon Caloy hit the Apo Reef and reduced the hard coral cover from 51 percent to 18 percent. [19] Ahead of the storm, about 1 million people evacuated from coastal Guangdong and Fujian provinces to government warehouses, schools, tents, or the houses of relatives. They discussed retiring the name "Chanchu", along with four other names from the season. Some minor systems also developed before May, with the first tropical system of the year, Agaton, developing to the east of Philippines on January 20, bringing minor damages as it crossed the country few days later. Ioke then turned to the northeast, weakening as it started undergoing extratropical transition. Typhoon Chanchu (Philippine name 'Caloy') was the stronger tropical cyclone of May 2006. On March 7, the JMA had upgraded a low-pressure area to a tropical depression formed by the remnants of 01W to the southeast of Mindanao, Philippines. [56] During the storm's passage, a total of 206 mm (8.11 in) of rain was recorded on Pagan Island. For the Philippines, the season began with Super Typhoon Chanchu (locally known as Caloy), which made landfall as a Category 1 storm on May 11 before passing through the central Philippines where it … As it traveled in an erratic northwestward direction, it slowly became better organized. PAGASA claimed that the storm made landfall on the morning of November 30 over southern Catanduanes, although the JMA and JTWC did not recognize this landfall. [93] The second system formed from a stationary front near Taiwan and moved northwards. Typhoon Saomai was the most powerful typhoon to strike China for over 50 years, as a Category 4 typhoon, responsible for over 400 deaths. The China Meteorological Administration (CMA) and Hong Kong Observatory both identified a tropical depression in the southern South China Sea on September 22. Despite a general warning against small boats sailing, a ferry departed Masbate and capsized due to the storm, killing 28 people. [96] The other two systems were also monitored very briefly by the JMA during October 22. Pacific Typhoon Seasons (Wikipedia) NW Pacific Annual Track Summary 1998-2010 (JAXA/EORC) Digital-Typhoon.Org (National Institute of Informatics/Japan) Seasonal Tropical Cyclone Forecasting for NWP/SCS (City University of Hong Kong) Seasonal & Real-Time Typhoon Forecast Site (Tropical Storm Risk.com) Tropical Cyclone Database (JAXA/EORC) [15][21] After crossing the archipelago, as it emerged to the South China Sea on June 26, the PAGASA named it Domeng while the JTWC had started issuing advisories with the designation of 03W. Faeldon and other junior officers of the AFP launched the Oakwood mutiny on July 27, 2003, where they demanded President Arroyo and then Defense secretary Angelo Reyes to resign. The typhoon first hit the Eastern Samar region on September 30, 2006, then gained strength as it reached the Bicol region. On September 25, the Philippine Atmospheric, Geophysical and Astronomical Services Administration (PAGASA) named an active low pressure area within its area of responsibility Tropical Depression Milenyo. [19][20] In Hong Kong, the Gale force signal 8 should have been hoisted for at least 10 hours as sustained gales were affecting the Eastern part of the territory, where the hourly mean wind reached 83 km/h, with gust reaching over 100 km/h in some areas. [78] Damages from the typhoon were estimated at $1.9 million (2006 USD). After a brief second stint at typhoon strength, Durian finally made landfall in Bến Tre Province on December 5. [1][2][5], Officials in southern Leyte recommended that residents evacuate to prevent a repeat of a deadly landslide in February 2006. Ioke had earlier affected Johnston Atoll. JMA carried the system as a tropical depression until July 17. The JMA officially upgraded Yagi to typhoon status early on September 19. Wukong then stalled over Kyūshū, before starting to jog to the north-northwest. On August 27, Hurricane Ioke, which had formed in the Central Pacific, crossed the International Date Line and entered the Japan Meteorological Agency's Area of Responsibility at around 6 a.m. UTC, keeping its name while being reclassified as Typhoon Ioke. [54] Ultimately, 43 different organizations and people donated $29,000 (USD) to the Vietnam Red Cross. The remnants continued toward Japan before dissipating at 18:00 UTC that day off the west coast of Kyushu in southern Japan. [55] The country's Ministry of Labour, Invalids and Social Affairs presented an award to the Vietnam News Agency in June 2006 for its charitable donations, which included the distribution of ₫112 million (VND, US$11,200)[nb 6] to storm victims. Around the same time, PAGASA began issuing advisories on the system and gave it the local name Agaton. 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