Super Typhoon Hinnamnor

Super Typhoon Hinnamnor

Hinnamnor formed on August 28th in the Western Pacific. The storm quickly strengthened and became a powerful typhoon with winds of 130 mph. On August 30th, Hinnamnor strengthened even more, becoming a super typhoon with winds 150mph.

Visit the Joint Typhoon Warning Center for updated information on Typhoon Hinnamnor.

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Contributions by: Dakota Smith

Satellite imagery of this event:

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Hinnamnor Travels Up East China Sea

Satellite: Himawari-8

Product: GeoColor

Hinnamnor Slowly Drifts North Towards East China Sea

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Typhoon Hinnamnor slowly drifting north towards the East China Sea.


Satellite: Himawari-8

Product: GeoColor

Super Typhoon Hinnamnor's Large Outflow Swirls as Storm Drifts South

Satellite: Himawari-8

Product: GeoColor

Light Sheds on Hinnamnor's Eye

Description:

The sun rises on Hinnamnor’s swirling eye.


Satellite: Himawari-8

Product: Visible (band 3)

Hinnamnor Pushes West Towards Southern Islands of Japan

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Hinnamnor approaching the southern islands of Japan.


Satellite: Himawari-8

Product: GeoColor

Full Day Evolution of Hinnamnor

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The full day evolution of Typhoon Hinnamnor over the Philippine Sea.


Satellite: Himawari-8

Product: Visible (band 3)

Sunrise on Super Typhoon Hinnamnor

Description:

The sunrises on Super Typhoon Hinnamnor’s eye.


Satellite: Himawari-8

Product: Visible (band 3)

Super Typhoon Hinnamnor Becomes a Category 5 Storm

Description:

Super Typhoon Hinnamnor continues to strength into a category 5 storm with maximum sustained winds of 160 mph.


Satellite: Himawari-8

Product: Infrared (band 11)

Hinnamnor Becomes A Super Typhoon

Description:

Hinnamnor developing and maintaining the structure of a super typhoon.


Satellite: Himawari-8

Product: Infrared (band 11)

Typhoon Hinnamnor Churns in Philippine Sea

Description:

Hinnamnor’s clear and impressive eye churns in the Philippine Sea.


Satellite: Himawari-8

Product: GeoColor

Light Begins to Fade on Hinnamnor's Powerful Eye

Description:

Sun light begins to fade on Typhoon Hinnamnor’s powerful eye.


Satellite: Himawari-8

Product: Visible (band 3)

Multi-Day Time Lapse of Hinnamnor's Rapid Intensification

Description:

A thirty eight hour time lapse showing the evolution and rapid intensification of Typhoon Hinnamnor.


Satellite: Himawari-8

Product: Infrared (band 11)

Sunrise on Typhoon Hinnamnor's Eye

Description:

The sun rises on the powerful eye of Typhoon Hinnamnor.


Satellite: Himawari-8

Product: Visible (band 3)

Typhoon Hinnamnor Sustains Well-Defined Eye

Description:

A time lapse of Hinnamnor rapidly intensifying into a typhoon with maximum sustained winds of 115 mph.


Satellite: Himawari-8

Product: Infrared (band 11)

Hinnamnor Rapidly Strengthens into Powerful Typhoon

Description:

Typhoon Hinnamnor’s small eye sustaining over the Philippine Sea.


Satellite: Himawari-8

Product: GeoColor