The latest typhoon information for currently active typhoons from Japan Meteorological Agency is mapped on Google Maps and presented as typhoon track forecast map. Typhoon forecasts from other organizations can be found at Typhoon Information - Japan Meteorological Agency (JMA) and U.S. Navy Joint Typhoon Warning Center (JTWC).
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Typhoon Track Forecast

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[How to read the map] The color of markers on the track is explained in symbols of typhoon track charts, and the number of markers for the forecast represents the period of forecast (in hours). A purple circle represents a probability circle, in which the center of the typhoon is expected to be observed at the time of forecast with the probability of 70%, while a red and yellow circle represents the 50-knot and 30-knot wind circle, respectively, and those circles are initially shown at the latest location (current location) of the typhoon, but can be shown for other times by left clicking markers. Right clicking markers shows only wind circles but not information window.

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