77 people were reported killed. Also on that day, the Philippine Atmospheric, Geophysical and Astronomical Services Administration (PAGASA) began issuing warnings on the storm as Tropical Storm Caloy. Rainfall in the country spread across Guangdong, Fujian, Jiangxi, and Zhejiang,[35] and Chanchu became the earliest typhoon to affect Shanghai in 80 years. [27] Near Metro Manila, the winds damaged billboards, knocked over trees, and caused isolated power outages. 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. It gradually intensified into a tropical storm and later severe tropical storm before moving through the Philippines. However, prediction models showed conflicting forecasts, and Cimaron remained quasi-stationary and weakened to a severe tropical storm on November 2. Heavy rainfall in Taiwan caused flooding and four minor injuries. [66] It also caused at least US$9 million in damage. Residents were warned about the possibility of torrential rains, flooding and mudslides. They discussed retiring the name "Chanchu", along with four other names from the season. Tropical Depression 11W formed south of Iwo Jima on August 12. Early on May 9, the JTWC upgraded the depression to tropical storm status, and at 12:00 UTC the JMA followed suit by upgrading the system to Tropical Storm Chanchu. Its low-level circulation then became exposed with dry air entering the system, and both the JMA and JTWC declared the storm as a dissipating tropical depression on October 6. Signal no. “It looked exactly like a deforested jungle,” recalls WWF-Philippines Mindoro Project Manager John Manul. The storm moved west-northwest rapidly towards the Philippines, but struggled against wind shear and an approaching cold front. The JTWC stopped issuing advisories soon after, and the JMA downgraded it to a severe tropical storm. [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. Then-Deputy Prime Minister Nguyễn Tấn Dũng ordered a review of the meteorological agency as a result. Around that time, the typhoon turned sharply to the north toward southeastern China. It strengthened into a severe tropical storm on July 20, and further deepened into a typhoon 24 hours later. [51] It was upgraded to a severe tropical storm in post analysis.[52]. The typhoon killed over 200 people in the country, and produced strong winds and rainfall, downing power lines and causing mudflows. The Joint Typhoon Warning Center identified an area of disturbed weather northeast of Chuuk on September 13. [36] One landslide in Fujian killed eight people and wrecked two houses. [90] Early on July 21, the CMA classified it as a tropical depression. The word "Bilis", submitted by the Philippines, means speed or swiftness. [93] The second system formed from a stationary front near Taiwan and moved northwards. Yagi was upgraded to a severe tropical storm by the JMA on September 18, and the JTWC designated it a typhoon later that day. An area of disturbed weather developed northwest of Chuuk on October 24. [34] There were about 200 flooded houses,[37] and many roads covered, after rivers flooded from the heavy rainfall. 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. [8], High waves in Taiwan washed an oil tanker ashore in Kaohsiung City; all 13 crew members were rescued with helicopters. Ioke had earlier affected Johnston Atoll. 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. The storm also caused power outages in Shantou,[38] and damage there totaled ¥2.56 billion yuan (RMB, US$320 million). The JMA upgraded the storm to a severe tropical storm on the morning of August 2. Typhoon Chanchu (Philippine name 'Caloy') was the stronger tropical cyclone of May 2006. [67] 90% of the houses were damaged in a coastal town near where Cimaron made landfall. On June 29, a persistent tropical disturbance was classified as a tropical depression by the JTWC while east of Palau. 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These agencies included the Tropical Storm Risk (TSR) Consortium of University College London, PAGASA and Taiwan's Central Weather Bureau. [9] The eye initially remained small, but the outer eyewall deteriorated on May 16 as the convection decreased in the northern periphery. Wukong was submitted by People's Republic of China, and it is the name of a character in a Chinese epic. It made landfall in western Guangdong around 11:30 p.m. CST that night and dissipated inland. At this time, the JTWC reported that Bopha attained winds of 100 km/h (65 mph). The names not retired from this list to be used again in 2010. The JTWC upgraded this system to a tropical storm on the morning of August 1. The name Xangsane was submitted by Laos and means elephant. As Ewiniar moved across the country, it passed within 30 miles (48 km) of Seoul. The JMA designated it as such at 12 a.m. UTC August 5. [38], As Bopha approached the island on August 8, the meteorological agency in Taiwan issued land and sea warnings for most of the region. The disturbance moved west-northwestward over the next two days and gradually became better organized, and the Joint Typhoon Warning Center issued a Tropical Cyclone Formation Alert on the system on October 26. [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. Some of the forecasts took into consideration what happened in previous seasons and the La Niña conditions that were observed during the previous year. 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. [31] Medical teams greeted the ships returning to harbor, while an altar was set up for the deceased. [5] Early on May 18, the JTWC discontinued advisories, although the JMA continued tracking Chanchu over southeastern China through eastern Fujian province. Both the JMA and the JTWC issued its final advisory on May 18 as it became extratropical.[14][15][16]. [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. [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]. [13], On May 8, the JMA started to track a tropical depression about 175 km (110 mi) northeast of Palau, and later the JTWC followed suit giving the designation of 02W. Durian then made another landfall after crossing the Lagonoy Gulf in northeastern Albay. The JTWC issued a Tropical Cyclone Formation Alert on the disturbance on September 16, and both the JTWC and JMA declared the system a tropical depression early on September 17. [27] In Oriental Mindoro, the Philippine Red Cross provided food and relief items to families in Calapan. [11] On October 8, the JMA began monitoring the system as a tropical depression, upgrading it to Tropical Storm Soulik the next day,[53] while the JTWC classified it as Tropical Depression 21W. [31] Offshore Quảng Ngãi Province, 94 fishermen sought refuge on a Chinese island,[34] and 22 boats were found on Pratas Island (Tungsha/Dongsha), Taiwan (ROC). On August 9, Maria weakened into a tropical depression and later into an extratropical cyclone before dissipating on August 15. The correct name Gaemi was submitted by South Korea and is a Korean word for ant. Even after full protection though, Apo Reef suffered extensive damage from super typhoon Caloy in 2006. Typhoon Saomai was the most powerful typhoon to strike China for over 50 years, as a Category 4 typhoon, responsible for over 400 deaths. Fri May 12 2006 10:16 PM Re: TS Chanchu Domino Thu May 11 2006 07:19 AM Re: TS Chanchu Domino Thu May 11 2006 11:37 AM Typhoon Chanchu aka Tropical Storm Caloy Domino Thu May 11 2006 11:45 AM Re: Typhoon Chanchu aka Tropical Storm Caloy Barbiemanila Fri May 12 2006 10:16 PM Re: Typhoon Chanchu aka Tropical Storm Caloy The JMA upgraded Saomai to a Severe Tropical Storm at 6 p.m. UTC, and as it continued to strengthen, it was upgraded to a typhoon just 12 hours later. It made landfall at about 12:30 p.m. UTC the same day on Northern Luzon. There, especially in Isabela Province, it lashed winds as much as 195 km/h and gusts as much as 230 km/h. The tables also provide an overview of a systems intensity, duration, land areas affected and any deaths or damages associated with the system. Swollen rivers swept away three farmers in Hualien County, who were later rescued, and killed two sisters in Pingtung County underneath the Sandimen Bridge. By September 9, the system became more extratropical in nature and was last noted by the JTWC at that time.[47]. [23], In Nishihara, Okinawa, high waves caused by Chanchu swept away three bathers. Maria formed out of a tropical depression over the open waters of the western Pacific Ocean. [42] Wind gusts up to 110 km/h (70 mph) were also produced by the storm throughout the city. [17] Though Chanchu didn't made landfall over in Vietnam, several ships sunk and were lost. [5] According to the Hong Kong Observatory, the 10 minute winds reached 185 km/h (115 mph),[5] which made Chanchu the strongest typhoon in the South China Sea in the month of May. JMA carried the system as a tropical depression until July 17. 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。 Throughout the country, 41 people died, and damage reached ₱117.57 million (PHP, US$2.15 million). However, the name Gloria from 2002 was retired and replaced with Glenda, as it was the name of the incumbent Philippine president at that time.[100]. On January 23, the JMA assessed the storm to have attained winds of 55 km/h (35 mph 10-minute winds). The JMA identified a tropical depression in the open Pacific on August 5. [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. It was downgraded to a tropical depression on August 20. Sonamu began interacting with nearby Tropical Storm Wukong on August 15, with the outflow from the stronger Wukong producing unfavourable shear over the cyclone. [76][77] Typhoon Utor killed at least 78 people and left 49 others missing in the Philippines. On July 28, a tropical depression had rapidly organized and persisted over in the Gulf of Tonkin and made landfall in the same location as the previous system at its peak strength with a pressure of 998 mbar. Early on August 13, as it moved to the north-northwest, the JTWC upgraded it to a tropical storm. PAGASA named this storm late on August 5 as it was forecast to enhance the southwest monsoon and bring rains to the Philippines. Entering the PAGASA Area of Responsibility on December 18 as it maintained minimal tropical storm intensity, it was named Tomas. 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. [29][30] The storm quickly strengthened into a typhoon the next day, reaching its peak intensity with winds of 130 km/h (80 mph) early on August 6. The JMA selected the names from a list of 140 names, that had been developed by the 14 members nations and territories of the ESCAP/WMO Typhoon Committee. On December 8, the JMA upgraded Utor to a severe tropical storm. On September 26 the Japan Meteorological Agency named this system Xangsane. Bebinca is a type of Macanese milk pudding. Also, after this season the names Kaemi and Chebi changed to Gaemi and Jebi, because it was found out that those names were misspellings. [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. [12], On March 4, a tropical depression formed out of a wave close to the equator southeast of Palau. After a brief second stint at typhoon strength, Durian finally made landfall in Bến Tre Province on December 5. [41], Between August 9 and 10, the remnants of Bopha produced moderate rainfall around Hong Kong, peaking at 45.6 mm (1.80 in). [33] Following a request from the Vietnamese government, the Chinese government deployed rescue ships on May 19, a day after the storm made its final landfall. 3 has been raised in the provinces of Cebu, Leyte, Samar Provinces. Trade unions encouraged workers to donate one day's salary to help storm victims. Further intensification occurred overnight, and the typhoon had rapidly deepened 65 hPa in 24 hours, from 985 hPa to 920 hPa, causing the JTWC to upgrade it to a 140-kn super typhoon at 9 a.m. UTC on October 29. The storm downed several trees and damaged some scaffolding. This ties 2006 with 2019 for the most retired international names in a typhoon season. Rough seas sank a ferry off Masbate, despite a warning against the operation of small craft, having left at sunrise to avoid the police. Eventually, Durian began to weaken again, and by December 4, the JMA downgraded it to a severe tropical storm. The first named storm of the 2006 Pacific typhoon season, Chanchu formed on May 8 … [7], Tropical cyclogenesis had become much favorable during late June with formations of Jelawat and Ewiniar. [26] Rainfall from the storm caused a red tide in Taal Lake, after dispersing a Ceratium bloom. [5] On August 4, TSR released their final forecast. 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. 8 in Macau this year. After passing through Luzon, it left 1 dead and 10 injured. The system was organized enough to be classified as Tropical Depression 17W by the JTWC the next day. On the afternoon of September 10, it entered the PAGASA AOR and was named Luis. 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. The storm continued to move west, making landfalls on the Bondoc Peninsula in Quezon, on Marinduque and finally on Oriental Mindoro before exiting to the South China Sea. It restrengthened to an 85-kn typhoon, before it slowed as it tracked in a weak steering environment within a weakness in the subtropical ridge. The name Sonamu was submitted by DPR Korea and signifies a pine tree. Yagi was upgraded briefly to a super typhoon by the JTWC from September 21 to 22. 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. The system was absorbed by Typhoon Kaemi and fully dissipated on July 25. 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