Typhoon Hinnamnor, now the strongest tropical cyclone so far in 2022

Typhoon Hinnamnor is now the strongest tropical cyclone so far in 2022 with maximum wind gusts up to 240 km/h.

Hinnamnor may continue to intensify rapidly over the sea south of Japan within the next 24 hours.
The tropical cyclone outside the Philippine area of responsibility (PAR) is expected to enter the country’s jurisdiction on Wednesday.
Moving west at 30 kph, Hinnamnor may enter the PAR region on Wednesday evening.
Tropical cyclone wind signals will be raised over parts of extreme northern Luzon once the super typhoon enters PAR Wednesday evening, when it will be called “Henry.”
Meanwhile, there’s another low pressure area (LPA) inside PAR which is called Tropical Depression Gardo.
PAGASA earlier said it may merge with Hinnamnor, with the bigger Hinnamnor absorbing the smaller circulation.

The extent of tropical cyclone winds of Hinnamnor may continue to expand in the coming days as it moves towards the northern Philippine Sea.
Violent hurricane force winds of 250 km/h are forecast in the next few hours.
Hinnamnor may also bring rough seas over the northern and eastern seaboard of Luzon starting late Thursday or early Friday.
Scattered rain and thunderstorms are expected in the provinces of Aurora and Camarines Norte and in the region of Calabarzon.

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