ozonepete wrote:dhoeze wrote:Hi guys,
Any map I can see the cold surge of the Northeast Monsoon?
Sure. Look at this InfraRed satellite loop: http://www.ssd.noaa.gov/mtsat/wpac/loop-avn.html
Notice the whitish clouds rushig southward over the water between China and Japan towards the Philippines and also spilling westward towards Hainan and VietNam. That's very cool polar air moving over very warm water. As it does so it gets moistened by the warm moist ocean air and gets chilled and forms fog and low clouds. You can't see the cold air coming down over the land as easily, but if you watch China for instance, you can see it turning grey and whitish (signifies colder air) during the nighttime hours especially. Look at the color key at the bottom. Warmest (blacks) to the left, and coldest (reds) to the right.
Thanks so much Pete!! (adding this up to my favorites link).
Since 24W already lost its power, is the formation behind it be a concern for us here in Philippines?
How do I report it, is it just a heavy rain and thunderstorms? just a bit worried because of its size
and because of its water content.
You've been so much help.