Enhanced Wind Radii Estimation for JTWC data

The Joint Typhoon Warning Center (JTWC) does not provide Wind Radii information for storms  whose center is over land... even if the center is expected to move back over open water a few hours later.  This has been a problem for Global users who are trying to create forecast graphics and reports.  This year we have significantly enhanced the wind radii estimation to remove this "missing data" problem for storms in the Western Pacific and Indian Ocean.  This will now allow Global and Hurrtrak Advanced users to create consistent animations, wind band charts and most importantly allow for impact reporting for both land and sea locations.

Sample animation of a storm forecast to move across the Philippines (Super Typhoon Bopha, 2012)

A complete Wind Band Analysis is now possible


 Extensive Reporting for both inland and coastal locations