Cyclone Innis (2009) Jesse Russell

ISBN: 9785510615616

Published: April 2nd 2012

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86 pages


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Cyclone Innis (2009)  by  Jesse Russell

Cyclone Innis (2009) by Jesse Russell
April 2nd 2012 | Paperback | PDF, EPUB, FB2, DjVu, audiobook, mp3, ZIP | 86 pages | ISBN: 9785510615616 | 9.61 Mb

High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! Cyclone Innis (RSMC Nadi Designation:10F, BOM Designation:13U, JTWC Designation:15P) was a tropical cyclone which formed as Tropical Disturbance 10F to the east of Fiji on February 13, 2009.

As it movedMoreHigh Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! Cyclone Innis (RSMC Nadi Designation:10F, BOM Designation:13U, JTWC Designation:15P) was a tropical cyclone which formed as Tropical Disturbance 10F to the east of Fiji on February 13, 2009. As it moved east, the disturbance was designated as a tropical depression late the next day by the Regional Specialized Meteorological Centre in Nadi, Fiji. A Tropical Cyclone Formation Alert was issued on February 15 by the Joint Typhoon Warning Center, as the depression moved towards Vanuatu and continued to organise itself.

Vanuatu then suffered a direct hit from the depression early the next day before it was upgraded to a cyclone and named Innis Innis early on February 17 as it moved across New Caledonia. Innis then quickly reached its peak intensity with winds of 75 km/h (45 mph), before RSMC Nadi transferred primary warning responsibility of Cyclone Innis, to the Tropical Cyclone Warning Center in Wellington, who downgraded it to an extratropical low within their first advisory.

Cyclone Innis was then absorbed by a trough of low pressure which brought heavy rain to New Zealand during February 20. There were no deaths reported by Cyclone Innis and little impact was reported from the storm in Vanuatu or New Caledonia.



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