Tropical Cyclone Karding Tracker

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5 p.m., Sept. 26

All wind signals in the country were lifted by PAGASA as typhoon Karding (international name: Noru) continues to move away from the Philippine landmass.

At 4 p.m., the center of its eye was located 425 kilometers (km) west of Dagupan City in Pangasinan. Karding has maximum winds of 140 kilometers per hour (kph) and gustiness of up to 170 kph. It is moving westward at 30 kph.

Karding is expected to exit the Philippine boundary on Monday evening, Sept. 26.

11 a.m., Sept. 26

Typhoon Karding (international name: Noru) has weakened.

Last spotted 230 kilometers (km) west of Dagupan City, Pangasinan, Karding was packing winds of 130 kilometers per hour (kph) and gustiness of up to 160 kph. It is moving west northwestward away from Luzon at 30 kph.

Despite its slight weakening, Tropical Cyclone Wind Signal (TCWS) no. 1 remained hoisted in the central and western portions of Pangasinan, Zambales, the western portion of Tarlac, and the northwestern portion of Pampanga.

Karding is expected to exit the Philippine boundary on Monday evening, Sept. 26.

88 a.m., Sept. 26

Typhoon Karding (international name: Noru) has maintained its strength as it moved farther away from Luzon on Monday morning, Sept. 26.

According to the 8 a.m. bulletin of the Philippine Atmospheric, Geophysical and Astronomical Services Administration (PAGASA), Karding was last seen 190 kilometers (km) west of Dagupan City in Pangasinan, and is expected to exit the country’s area of responsibility on Monday evening.

It has maintained its maximum sustained winds of 140 kilometers per hour (kph) near the center and gustiness of up to 170 kph.

5 a.m., Sept. 26

Tropical cyclone wind signals were lifted or lowered in most areas in Luzon as typhoon Karding (international name: Noru) moved out of the country’s landmass on Monday morning, Sept. 26, according to the latest bulletin of the Philippine Atmospheric, Geophysical and Astronomical Services Administration (PAGASA).

As of 4 a.m., Karding was already over the coastal waters of Santa Cruz, Zambales, and was moving west-northwestward at 30 kilometers per hour (kph).

The typhoon has further weakened with maximum sustained winds of 140 kilometers per hour (kph) near the center and gustiness of up to 170 kph.

2 a.m, Sept. 26

Typhoon Karding (international name: Noru) crossed Tarlac on Monday morning, and continued to weaken as it headed toward Zambales, said the Philippine Atmospheric, Geophysical and Astronomical Services Administration (PAGASA).

PAGASA said Karding was last seen in the vicinity of Mayantoc, Tarlac, and was moving northwestward at 20 kilometers per hour (kph).

As it barreled through Central Luzon, the typhoon further weakened with maximum sustained winds of 140 kilometers per hour (kph) near the center and gustiness of up to 230 kph.

PAGASA said Karding will emerge over the West Philippine Sea via the coastal waters of Zambales or Pangasinan in the next three hours.

Afterward, the typhoon will continue moving generally westward over the West Philippine Sea towards Vietnam for the rest of the forecast period.

It said that Karding may leave the country’s area of responsibility on Monday evening.

11 p.m., Sept. 25

Tropical cyclone Karding (international name: Noru) has weakened into a typhoon from a super typhoon after making landfall over Quezon and Aurora provinces on Sunday, Sept. 25, according to the Philippine Atmospheric, Geophysical and Astronomical Services Administration (PAGASA).

Karding made landfall over Burdeos, Quezon and Dingalan, Aurora at 5:30 p.m. and 8:20 p.m., respectively.

In its 11 p.m. bulletin, PAGASA said the typhoon was already in the vicinity of San Leonardo, Nueva Ecija.

Although it has weakened, Karding remains a destructive cyclone with maximum sustained winds of 175 kilometers per hour (kph) near the center and gustiness of up to 215 kph.

8:20 p.m., Sept. 25

Super typhoon Karding has made its second landfall in Dingalan, Aurora.

8 p.m., Sept. 25

Super typhoon Karding (international name: Noru), after it made its first landfall, has weakened slightly, said the state weather bureau.

Last spotted over the coastal waters of General Nakar in Quezon, Karding has maximum sustained winds of 185 kilometers per hour (kph) near the center and gustiness of up to 255 kph. It is still moving westward at 20 kph.

PAGASA’s latest bulletin issued at 8 p.m. likewise showed that Karding will likely make another landfall in the vicinity of General Nakar or Dingalan on Sunday evening.

5:30 p.m., Sept. 25

Super typhoon Karding made landfall in the vicinity of Burdeos, Quezon.

5 p.m., Sept. 25

The eyewall of super typhoon Karding (international name: Noru) is now affecting Polillo Islands, the Philippine Atmospheric, Geophysical, and Astronomical Services Administration (PAGASA) said in its latest bulletin.

Karding was located over the coastal waters of Burdeos, Polillo Islands in Quezon. It has maximum sustained winds of 195 kilometers per hour (kph), gustiness of up to 240 kph, and it is moving westward at 20 kph.

The latest forecast issued by PAGASA showed that Karding will likely make landfall in the vicinity of the northern portion of Quezon on Sunday evening, Sept. 25 between 6 to 8 p.m.

2 p.m., Sept. 25

More areas in Luzon were placed under Signal no. 5. These areas include Polillo Islands, the extreme northern portion of Quezon, the extreme southern portion of Aurora, the eastern portion of Bulacan, and the extreme southeastern portion of Nueva Ecija.

In its 1 p.m. bulletin, the state weather bureau said super typhoon Karding maintained its strength. Its eye was last spotted 115 kilometers (km) east northeast of Infanta, Quezon or 76 km east of Polillo Islands.

8 a.m., Sept. 25

Tropical cyclone Karding (international name: Noru) has now become a super typhoon, packing maximum sustained winds of 185 kilometers per hour (kph) near the center and gustiness of up to 230 kph.

The Philippine Atmospheric, Geophysical and Astronomical Services Administration (PAGASA) raised Tropical Cyclone Wind Signal No. 4 over Polillo Islands in anticipation of strong winds due to the super typhoon.

As of 7 a.m., PAGASA said Karding was estimated at 230 kilometers (km) east of Infanta, Quezon, and was moving westward at 20 kph.

It is still likely to make landfall over Aurora-Quezon area on Sunday evening.

5 a.m., Sept. 25

The Philippine Atmospheric, Geophysical and Astronomical Services Administration (PAGASA) said typhoon Karding (international name: Noru) was estimated at 285 kilometers (km) east of Infanta, Quezon, and was moving west-southwestward at 25 kph at around 4 a.m.

“Typhoon Karding is forecast to track generally west southwestward or westward in the next six to 12 hours, then westward or northwestward for the remainder of the day,” PAGASA said.

“On the forecast track, Karding will likely make landfall in the vicinity of the northern portion of Quezon or the southern portion of Aurora tonight. The possibility of an earlier—Sunday afternoon—landfall or close approach in the vicinity of Polillo Islands is not ruled out,” it added.

11 p.m., Sept. 24

Typhoon Karding (international name: Noru) continued to rapidly intensify while tracking west-southwest toward the Philippines on Saturday evening.

PAGASA said Karding was packing maximum sustained winds of 130 kilometers per hour (kph) near the center and gustiness of up to 160 kph.

It noted that the cyclone may continue its rapid intensification in the near-term and may make landfall at or near peak intensity of 150 to 155 kph.

Typhoon Karding was last seen 430 kilometes east of Baler, Aurora, and was moving west-southwestward at 15 kph.

PAGASA said Karding will move west-southwestward or westward in the next 12 hours before turning more westward toward the east coast of southern portion of Aurora or northern portion of Quezon, where it is likely to make landfall on Sunday afternoon or early evening, Sept. 25.

8 p.m., Sept. 24

Tropical cyclone Karding (international name: Noru) rapidly intensified from a severe tropical storm into a typhoon at 5 p.m. on Saturday, Sept. 24, said the Philippine Atmospheric, Geophysical and Astronomical Services Administration (PAGASA).

PAGASA said Karding now has maximum sustained winds of 120 kilometers per hour (kph) near the center and gustiness of up to 150 kph.

It added that the weather disturbance is likely to further intensify prior to landfall over Aurora or Quezon on Sunday afternoon or evening, Sept. 25.

As of 7 p.m., Karding was estimated at 490 kilometers (km) east of Baler, Aurora, and was moving southwestward at 20 kph.

5 p.m., Sept. 24

Severe tropical storm Karding was last seen 475 kilometers (km) east of Casiguran, Aurora or 520 km east of Baler, Aurora, and was moving west-southwestward at 25 kph.

According to PAGASA, Karding is seen to move generally west-southwestward to westward towards the east coast of Aurora or northern portion of Quezon, where it is likely to make landfall on Sunday afternoon, Sept. 25.

After crossing Central Luzon, PAGASA said the tropical cyclone will emerge over the West Philippine Sea late Sunday or early Monday, Sept, 26.

11 a.m., Sept. 24

Tropical cyclone Karding (international name: Noru) intensified into a severe tropical storm, with Wind Signal No. 2 now raised over portions of eastern Luzon before Saturday noon.

Karding further strengthened over the Philippine Sea, packing maximum sustained winds of 100 kilometers per hour (kph) near the center and gustiness of up to 125 kph, the Philippine Atmospheric, Geophysical and Astronomical Services Administration (PAGASA) said.

It has maximum sustained winds of 90 kph and gustiness of up to 105 kph, previously.

Karding was last seen 660 kilometers (km) east-southeast of Tuguegarao City, Cagayan, or 595 km east of Casiguran, Aurora, and was moving west-southwestward at 25 kph.

5 a.m., Sept. 24

Tropical storm Karding (international name “Noru”) is still getting stronger, prompting the Philippine Atmospheric Geophysical and Astronomical Services Administration (PAGASA) to raise Tropical Cyclone Wind Signal No. 1 in nine areas in Northern and Central Luzon on Saturday morning, Sept. 24.

PAGASA hoisted Signal No. 1 over Isabela, Nueva Vizcaya, Quirino, the southern portion of mainland Cagayan (Peñablanca, Tuguegarao City, Iguig, Solana, Tuao, Enrile), Kalinga, Mountain Province, Ifugao, Aurora, and the northern and eastern portions of Nueva Ecija (Carranglan, Pantabangan, Gabaldon, Bongabon, Laur, Rizal, San Jose City, Lupao, Llanera, General Mamerto Natividad, Palayan City, General Tinio).

Karding was last seen 795 kilometers (km) east of Tuguegarao City, Cagayan, and was moving west-southwestward at 15 kilometers per hour (kph).

As it crossed the sea east of the Philippines, the storm’s maximum sustained winds increased to 85 kph from 75 kph near the center, while its gustiness increased from 90 kph to 105 kph.

11 p.m., Sept. 23

Tropical Cyclone Wind Signal No. 1 was raised over the eastern portion of Isabela and northern portion of Aurora, as storm Karding (international name: “Noru”) inched closer to the country, PAGASA said.

Karding was last seen 895 kilometers (km) east of Northern Luzon, and was moving west-southwestward at 15 kilometers per hour (kph).

It has maintained its maximum sustained winds of 75 kph near the center and gustiness of up to 90 kph.

5 p.m., Sept. 23

Tropical storm Karding (international name: Noru) slightly intensified as it continued to track toward Northern Luzon.

Karding’s maximum sustained winds and gustiness increased to 75 kilometers per hour (kph) and 90 kph, from 65 kph and 80 kph, respectively, said the Philippine Atmospheric, Geophysical and Astronomical Services Administration (PAGASA).

“This tropical cyclone is forecast to gradually intensify within the period prior to landfall over Northern Luzon. Based on the intensity forecast, it is likely to make landfall as [a] severe tropical storm,” it said.

As of 4 p.m., the storm was at 970 kilometers east of Northern Luzon, and was moving westward at 15 kph.

11 a.m., Sept. 23

As tropical storm Karding accelerated toward the country, the Philippine Atmospheric, Geophysical and Astronomical Services Administration (PAGASA) said it may raise wind signals this Friday evening, Sept. 23.

PAGASA said Karding was last seen 1,085 kilometers east of Northern Luzon and was moving westward at 25 kilometers per hour (kph).

It was packing maximum sustained winds of 65 kilometers per hour (kph) near the center and gustiness of up to 80 kph.

5 a.m., Sept. 23

Tropical storm Karding was last seen 1,235 kilometers (km) east of Northern Luzon.

It has maximum sustained winds of 65 kilometers per hour (kph) near the center and gustiness of up to 80 kph.

Based on the latest track forecast, the storm will move westward, while gradually speeding up towards the east coast of Northern Luzon, where it is likely to make landfall on Sunday, Sept. 25.

11 p.m., Sept. 22

Karding maintained its strength while traversing the Philippine sea.

In its 11 p.m. bulletin, PAGASA said the center of Karding was last spotted 1,320 kilometers (km) east of northern Luzon. It has maximum sustained winds of 65 kilometers per hour (kph), gustiness of up to 80 kph, and it is still moving westward slowly.

This weather disturbance is not yet “directly affecting” any part of the country, but it is expected to bring rains particularly in northern and central Luzon beginning Saturday, Sept. 24.

5 p.m., Sept. 22

Karding intensified into a tropical storm.

As of 4 p.m. on Thursday, its center was located 1,320 kilometers (km) east of Northern Luzon. It has maximum sustained winds of 65 kilometers per hour (kph), gustiness of up to 80 kph, and it is moving north-northwestward slowly.

The “high likelihood” of raising a tropical cyclone wind signal due to this weather disturbance remained.

11 a.m., Sept. 22

Karding, the 11th tropical cyclone to develop in the Philippine area of responsibility (PAR), was last spotted 1,350 kilometers (km) east of Central Luzon or 1,370 km east of Northern Luzon. It has maximum sustained winds of up to 45 kilometers per hour (kph), gustiness of up to 55 kph, and is moving eastward at 10 kph.

Due to this weather disturbance, localities situated in the eastern portion of Northern Luzon may be placed under TCWS no. 1 as early as Friday evening, Sept. 23 or Saturday morning, Sept. 24 according to PAGASA.

It may likewise bring heavy rains in Northern and Central Luzon beginning Saturday, Sept. 24.

8 a.m., Sept. 22

The low pressure area (LPA) east of Central Luzon developed into tropical depression Karding at 8 a.m. on Thursday, Sept. 22.

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