1. 2003 Cyclone JANA


This is nearly the end of the typhoon season in the North Western Pacific basin, and we do not have the latest information to write about. We then turn our eyes into the South Indian Ocean, where a cyclone called JANA is now active. This cyclone is moving over the area in which there are really few islands. The images below are the same size (2600km x 2600km) as ones for typhoons around Japan. This corner may not be updated frequently.
December 8, 2003, 0600 UTC (8.5S, 97.1E)
GOE903120806.JANA.0 GOE903120806.JANA.1
Visible image (VIS / GOES-9) Infrared image (IR1 / GOES-9)

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