Super Typhoon Noru

Super Typhoon Noru

Super Typhoon Noru is a powerful tropical cyclone in the Western Pacific ocean basin. Noru formed as a tropical storm, late on September 23rd, 2022.

On September 25th, Noru made landfall northeast of Manila on the island of Luzon. Noru weakened after passing through the Sierre Madre mountain range.

Noru re-entered open waters over the South China Sea, quickly re-gaining strength.

Visit the Joint Typhoon Warning Center for updated information and forecasts on Noru.

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Contributions by: Dakota Smith

Satellite imagery of this event:

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Super Typhoon Noru Landfalls in the Philippines

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Super Typhoon Noru landfalls in the Philippines with maximum sustained winds of 160 mph.


Satellite: Himawari-8

Product: GeoColor

Super Typhoon Noru Approaches the Philippines

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The powerful eye of Super Typhoon Noru approaches the Philippines.


Satellite: Himawari-8

Product: Visible (band 3)

Noru Rapidly Intensifies, Becomes a Super Typhoon

Description:

A 24 hour time lapse of Nuro undergoing rapid intensification, acquiring winds of 160 mph.


Satellite: Himawari-8

Product: Infrared (band 11)