[11] According to the JTWC, Soulik attained 1 minute winds of 165 km/h (105 mph)[54] while the JMA reported 10 minute winds of 140 km/h (85 mph). The Japan Meteorological Agency (JMA) will name a tropical cyclone should it be judged to have 10-minute sustained wind speeds of at least 65 km/h (40 mph) anywhere in the basin, whilst the Philippine Atmospheric, Geophysical and Astronomical Services Administration (PAGASA) assigns names to tropical cyclones which move into or form as a tropical depression in their area of responsibility located between 135°E and 115°E and between 5°N–25°N regardless of whether or not a tropical cyclone has already been given a name by the JMA. It was upgraded to a tropical storm on the afternoon of November 26 and named Durian. Later, Typhoon Xangsane affected Luzon, Philippines, causing major damages with more than 200 people dead. An area of disturbed weather developed southeast of Chuuk on November 24. [5] Early on May 18, the JTWC discontinued advisories, although the JMA continued tracking Chanchu over southeastern China through eastern Fujian province. Hong Kong Observatory identified a tropical depression about 460 kilometres north of Yap on September 9, the same day the JMA recognised it. [nb 1] While in the South China Sea, Chanchu caught many Vietnamese fisherman off guard, causing 17 ships to sink and damaging several others. In Legazpi, Albay, strong waves wrecked 100 homes and left 1,500 people homeless. Chinese ships assisted in the search-and-rescue mission, ultimately rescuing 330 fishermen from 22 boats; however, 21 bodies were found, and the remaining 220 missing were presumed killed. PAGASA claimed that the storm made landfall on the morning of November 30 over southern Catanduanes, although the JMA and JTWC did not recognize this landfall. Heavy rainfall in Taiwan caused flooding and four minor injuries. [45] Ultimately, the government provided storm victims with ₱415.1 million (PHP, US$7.6 million)[nb 4] worth of relief supplies. [97] One in the South China Sea as it moved westwards and fully dissipated six hours later, where its remnants made landfall in Vietnam during the next day; whilst the other persisted over in the Philippine Sea also bringing rainfall to Luzon during October 25, just before the arrival of Typhoon Cimaron.[97]. [90] Early on July 21, the CMA classified it as a tropical depression. On June 24, the JMA started to track a weak tropical depression located to the southeast of Samar, Visayas. [1], In its formative stages, Chanchu was located in an environment generally favorable for intensification. Its tracked shifted more to the west-northwest due to a building ridge to the south. The extratropical remnants of Ioke moved into the Bering Sea where it caused severe beach erosion along the western Alaskan coastline. To avoid the storm, transit authorities kept seacraft at several ports in the archipelago, leaving over 3,500 passengers stranded. Rainfall in the country spread across Guangdong, Fujian, Jiangxi, and Zhejiang,[35] and Chanchu became the earliest typhoon to affect Shanghai in 80 years. 4 as the typhoon struck the island.[63]. The depression made landfall at Guangdong at 5:55 a.m. CST on August 25 and dissipated later that morning. [98] The names of significant tropical cyclones are retired, by both PAGASA and the Typhoon Committee. The first named storm of the 2006 Pacific typhoon season, Chanchu formed on May 8 in the vicinity of the Federated States of Micronesia and progressed westward. [81] The worst-affected areas were Segamat and Kota Tinggi, where both towns were totally inaccessible by land after all main roads leading to those towns were all flooded. Hong Kong Observatory identified a tropical depression about 360 kilometres east-northeast of Xisha on September 12 and issued Standby Signal No.1 accordingly. Within the northwestern Pacific Ocean, there are two separate agencies that assign names to tropical cyclones which can often result in a cyclone having two names. Warm waters and favorable outflow allowed the storm to quickly intensify to peak maximum sustained winds of 175 km/h (110 mph) on May 15. The 2006 Pacific typhoon season was a below-average season that produced a total of 23 named storms, 15 typhoons, and six super typhoons. [7], Tropical cyclogenesis had become much favorable during late June with formations of Jelawat and Ewiniar. [25], While moving through the Philippines, Chanchu affected several islands with strong winds and heavy rainfall. Despite moving through the archipelago, Chanchu intensified slightly within the Sibuyan Sea, striking Mindoro on May 12 with 1 minute winds of 160 km/h (100 mph), according to the JTWC. Rough seas sank a ferry off Masbate, despite a warning against the operation of small craft, having left at sunrise to avoid the police. [10] The country saw four storms making landfall, with three of them reaching Category 4 or 5 super typhoon status. The storm brought heavy rain that triggered floods and mudslides in the southern part of the country, killing at least six people. An area of disturbed weather developed east of the Mariana Islands on October 31, and moved west-northwestward over the next week without any increase in organization due to an unfavorable environment, until November 6, when it encountered more favorable conditions, and the Japan Meteorological Agency declared it a tropical depression on November 8. The depression strengthened into a tropical storm the next day, and was designated Tropical Storm Bilis by the JMA. The first named storm of the 2006 Pacific typhoon season, Chanchu formed on May 8 in the vicinity of the Federated States of Micronesia and progressed westward. The name "Ewiniar" was submitted by the Federated States of Micronesia, and refers to a traditional storm god of Chuuk. [41] A fallen tree in Nagasaki Prefecture caused a small power outage, and nearby there was a damaged home. The remnants of Durian then crossed the coast of southern Thailand as it moved into the Bay of Bengal. Ewiniar was responsible for at least 30 deaths in China, which it brushed as a typhoon. Later in the same month, Hurricane Ioke had entered the basin from the Central Pacific as the strongest Central Pacific storm in recorded history, as a Category 5 powerful storm. PAGASA named a system east of the Philippines as Tropical Depression Henry later on the same day that the JMA recognised it as a tropical depression on July 27. [42], In the days after Chanchu moved through the Philippines, then-President Gloria Macapagal Arroyo ordered that the country's National Disaster Coordinating Council help all towns affected by the storm. On August 13, a tropical depression formed south of Naha, Okinawa, and was named Katring by PAGASA and Sonamu by JMA. The system continued to strengthen, and the JTWC upgraded it to a tropical storm on October 27. The JTWC upgraded it to Tropical Storm 01W at 3 p.m. UTC the same day. Chanchu necessitated the Strong Wind Signal no. 3 has been raised in the provinces of Cebu, Leyte, Samar Provinces. The name is from the Vietnamese "sao Mai", meaning "Morning Star",[35] a reference to the planet Venus. Typhoon Cimaron made landfall over in northern Luzon as a Category 5 super typhoon with minimal damages. The word "Bilis", submitted by the Philippines, means speed or swiftness. [47] Damage from Chanchu forced the China National Offshore Oil Corporation to shut down for a time, which contributed to an annual decrease in its oil output. The outer bands of Bopha produced heavy rains over northern Luzon, triggering flooding that destroyed 1,200 homes and killed seven people. Early in its duration, Chanchu moved through the Philippines, causing power outages and landslides in several islands. 77 people were reported killed. [17] Though Chanchu didn't made landfall over in Vietnam, several ships sunk and were lost. Shanshan quickly strengthened and was upgraded into a severe tropical storm on September 11 and a typhoon later that day. Xangsane made landfall as a typhoon near Huế early on October 1. [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. 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. [49] Xangsane also prompted Philippine officials to close all schools, financial markets, and government offices in and around Manila. transplants. 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. Typhoon Chanchu, known in the Philippines as Typhoon Caloy, was the most intense typhoon in the South China Sea in the month of May according to the Hong Kong Observatory (HKO). In 2006, Typhoon Caloy hit the Apo Reef and reduced the hard coral cover from 51 percent to 18 percent. [57] The head of the Vietnam Institute of Meteorology, Hydrology and Environment resigned two weeks after Chanchu killed many fishermen because of inadequate warnings. Initially it remained disorganized while tracking to the west, although a circulation became more distinct on May 7, indicative of gradual organization. Traveling towards the west, the system failed to strengthen and dissipated on January 27 while located over the South China Sea, about halfway between Vietnam and Borneo. At this time, the JTWC reported that Bopha attained winds of 100 km/h (65 mph). The first developed on October 21 about north of the Mariana Islands. In Japan, more than 90,000 people were evacuated from Yamaguchi Prefecture. [79], Typhoon Utor was blamed for heavy rains of up to 350 mm within 24 hours in southern Peninsular Malaysia, specifically Johor, Negeri Sembilan, Melaka and Pahang, causing massive floods within the southern region on December 18, 2006, which was considered as the worst in the Malaysian southern region history. [55] The country's Ministry of Labour, Invalids and Social Affairs presented an award to the Vietnam News Agency in June 2006 for its charitable donations, which included the distribution of ₫112 million (VND, US$11,200)[nb 6] to storm victims. Chanchu was the first tropical storm and typhoon of the 2006 Pacific typhoon season, and it was a very deadly and somewhat costly tropical cyclone. In southern China, flooding and strong winds from Chanchu wrecked about 14,000 houses and damaged over 190,000 ha (470,000 acres) of crop fields. The JTWC then forecast a direct hit over Metro Manila later that day when it upgraded the storm to a super typhoon. [2], Upon reaching the South China Sea, Chanchu encountered an area of warm sea surface temperatures and low wind shear. The JMA then upgraded it to a severe tropical storm as it slowly churned westwards at 12 a.m. UTC August 7 before downgrading it 18 hours later. The other reason behind this is due to the fact that there was an increase in tropical activity and much warmer SSTs over in the Niño 3.75 region than the previous forecast. [95] The depression moved stationary until its circulation became exposed due to shear on October 23. During the season 22 tropical storms developed in the Western Pacific and each one was named by the JMA, when the system was judged to have 10-minute sustained windspeeds of 65 km/h (40 mph). Additionally, a QuikScat pass revealed estimated surface winds of 95 km/h (60 mph). The JTWC identified a tropical depression near the Caroline Islands late on August 4 UTC. [36] JMA upgraded it to Tropical Storm Bopha on August 6. Shanshan passed through the Yaeyama Islands in the early morning hours of September 16. The system was designated Tropical Depression 22W by the JTWC later that day. Around the time Dr. Haorau classified it a tropical storm, the JTWC issued a Tropical Cyclone Formation Alert and their satellite intensity estimates reached T2.5, indicating a minimal tropical storm. [9], On September, an unnamed and unclassified tropical storm have been discovered by meteorologist Gary Padgett and Dr. Karl Hoarau. The season ran throughout 2006, though most tropical cyclones typically develop between May and October. The tables also provide an overview of a systems intensity, duration, land areas affected and any deaths or damages associated with the system. [26] Rainfall from the storm caused a red tide in Taal Lake, after dispersing a Ceratium bloom. Around the same time, PAGASA began issuing advisories on the system and gave it the local name Agaton. 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. This reef damage in turn causes the populations of fish to decrease, affecting those who depend on the reefs for livelihood and food. They discussed retiring the name "Chanchu", along with four other names from the season. [29] The typhoon brought the onset of the summer monsoon in the South China Sea after shifting the prevailing winds over the region. The storm maintained intensity as it skirted the Vietnamese coast moving southwest. “Giant table corals were … 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. Wukong was submitted by People's Republic of China, and it is the name of a character in a Chinese epic. Later that day, the JTWC issued a Tropical Cyclone Formation Alert, and began warnings on Tropical Depression 20W the next day. Tropical depressions that are monitored by the United States' Joint Typhoon Warning Center (JTWC) are given a number with a "W" suffix. Some of the forecasts took into consideration what happened in previous seasons and the La Niña conditions that were observed during the previous year. The depression degenerated into an area of low pressure early the next day. The JMA identified a tropical depression in the open Pacific on August 5. [93] The first one persisted just south of Hong Kong and dissipated later on the same day. [53] Another ridge west of Soulik turned the storm northward, and the influence of both ridges caused Soulik to become nearly stationary about 100 km (65 mi) south-southwest of Iwo Jima. Towns in the region also assisted by supplying thatch to rebuild homes. The depression necessitated Tropical Cyclone Signal No.1 in Hong Kong and Macau, which means that the centre of a tropical cyclone is within 800 km (500 mi) of the respective Special Administrative Regions, and may later affect them. [52] The Vietnamese embassy in India raised about US$1,000[53] and Vietnamese people living in Greece raised ₫26 million (VND, €1,300 Euros) for storm victims. The name Utor was submitted by the United States on behalf of the Marshall Islands, and is a Marshallese word for squall line. [30], While moving slowly through the South China Sea, Chanchu produced strong waves that struck the east coast of Vietnam. A ship also sank off Ulleungdo.[48]. The storm also caused power outages in Shantou,[38] and damage there totaled ¥2.56 billion yuan (RMB, US$320 million). Typhoon Xangsane, known in the Philippines as Typhoon Milenyo, was a typhoon that affected the Philippines, Vietnam, and Thailand during the 2006 Pacific typhoon season.The name Xangsane was submitted by Laos and means elephant. They reduced the number of intense typhoons to 9, and the ACE to 325. The JTWC stopped issuing advisories soon after, and the JMA downgraded it to a severe tropical storm. [8] Damage was particularly heavy in Shantou, Guangdong, where Chanchu moved ashore. This name was submitted by Vietnam. The first named storm of the 2006 Pacific typhoon season, Chanchu formed on May 8 … On December 19, the JMA downgraded the storm to a tropical depression and issued its last public bulletin as the storm dissipated over water. This ties 2006 with 2019 for the most retired international names in a typhoon season. Even after full protection though, Apo Reef suffered extensive damage from super typhoon Caloy in 2006. The JTWC reported that Shanshan was becoming extratropical early on September 17, as the typhoon weakened to a tropical storm. The storm's name was Caloy, though it was called Chanchu outside the Philippines. A ferry with 700 people aboard went missing, but the Coast Guard found it washed ashore with everyone safe on board. The flooding from Jelawat ruined 200 square kilometres of farmland and destroyed 190 houses.[23]. The storm made landfall shortly after noon local time the same day. Although convection decreased in the next few hours, on December 5 the JTWC once again noted flaring deep convection, and late on December 6 a Tropical Cyclone Formation Alert was issued. PAGASA raised Public Storm Warning Signal 4, its highest warning level, over Catanduanes, Albay, Camarines Norte and Camarines Sur. Typhoon Utor crossed Visayas with minimal damage; and Tropical Storm Trami, a very weak system that didn't affect any landmasses became the final tropical cyclone and dissipated on December 20. The JMA downgraded Yagi to a severe tropical storm on September 24. Cimaron then re-intensified after crossing the island, but not to its original strength, and was expected to curve towards Hainan, instead of moving towards Vietnam as previously forecast. It gradually intensified into a tropical storm and later severe tropical storm before moving through the Philippines. It continued to weaken, turning northwards towards Hainan, and was downgraded to a tropical storm the next day. [28] It also affected Hunan, Guangxi and Hainan. By September 15, the system dissipated while making landfall over in South Korea. PAGASA named this storm late on August 5 as it was forecast to enhance the southwest monsoon and bring rains to the Philippines. Durian also crossed the basin and into the North Indian Ocean basin, the first time since 2003. Durian then made another landfall after crossing the Lagonoy Gulf in northeastern Albay. [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. After passing through Luzon, it left 1 dead and 10 injured. The remnants continued toward Japan before dissipating at 18:00 UTC that day off the west coast of Kyushu in southern Japan. “It looked exactly like a deforested jungle,” recalls WWF-Philippines Mindoro Project Manager John Manul. The maximum rainfall recorded was 143 mm. Fish and other predators had to leave the reef and look for food elsewhere. [19] Ahead of the storm, about 1 million people evacuated from coastal Guangdong and Fujian provinces to government warehouses, schools, tents, or the houses of relatives. [2][5] Turning more to the west, Chanchu made landfall on Samar in the eastern Philippines on May 11. Combined effects with ash from the Mayon Volcano had killed over 1,500 people and damages at least US$530 million. The JTWC downgraded it to a tropical depression briefly between October 4 and 5 as wind shear took its toll. 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 Margie Fri May 12 2006 11:11 PM Re: Typhoon Chanchu aka Tropical Storm Caloy CaneTrackerInSoFl The government of China considered Chanchu the earliest typhoon to make landfall in the province. [11] Soulik tracked northwestward around a ridge, slowly intensifying due to wind shear in the region. On the morning of December 7, both the JTWC and Japan Meteorological Agency-RSMC Tokyo reported that a tropical depression had formed. The depression moved northwest and made landfall a in Hainan on the same day. Rumbia slowly began to intensify while moving to the northwest, but on October 6 its low-level circulation became fully exposed, and the JTWC issued a final warning. [34] In nearby Xiamen, the typhoon forced 43 factories to temporarily close, resulting in a loss of ¥62.2 million yuan (RMB, US$7.8 million). Typhoon Chanchu (Philippine name 'Caloy') was the stronger tropical cyclone of May 2006. Super Typhoon CALOY (Chanchu/02W) May 09 - 15 Max Sustained Winds: 250 kph ... 2006 NW Pacific Typhoon Season (Wikipedia) Timeline of 2006 NW Pacific Typhoon ... [Note: Local names issued by PAGASA; In parenthesis are Int'l. [29] Maria had only minor effects in Japan, mainly heavy rains which were estimated to have peaked over 400 mm (15.7 in) on the Izu Peninsula. [34] There were about 200 flooded houses,[37] and many roads covered, after rivers flooded from the heavy rainfall. Xangsane killed 71 in Vietnam. It was the third time in 2006, and the third time in a row, that PAGASA raised Signal #4. In Hong Kong, the flag raising ceremony at the Golden Bauhinia Square was cancelled due to strong wind. On August 27, Hurricane Ioke, which had formed in the Central Pacific, crossed the International Date Line and entered the Japan Meteorological Agency's Area of Responsibility at around 6 a.m. UTC, keeping its name while being reclassified as Typhoon Ioke. After rapidly deepening, Chebi weakened as it approached the Philippines. In May 2006, a category “4” typhoon (Typhoon Caloy) struck Bolinao. [93] The second system formed from a stationary front near Taiwan and moved northwards. All domestic flights to offshore islands were canceled, and rail service was interrupted. A tropical disturbance northeast of Yap developed sufficient convection to be designated a tropical depression on July 8. 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