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The South Pacific and Southern Hemisphere Regions 2016 to 2018 Extreme Storms Cyclone Weather All Seasons




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The South Pacific region should brace itself for the worst cyclone seasons since 98 / 99


                       

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The Southern Hemisphere regions which Includes Australia and near by Islands in the South West Pacific Regions are likely to see

51 Catastrophic AtmoshereTropical Weather Cyclones

or more,
twenty will develop into Extreme Catastrophic Tropical Weather Cyclones Systems.



16 or 17 tropical weather cyclones will hit Australia, 8 from the Indian ocean along the west coast of Australia and 9 in the Darwin Coral Sea zone

with 20 ft storm surges preceeding them this season,which Starts from 1st November 2016 AD to 30th June 2017 AD and 2018

The North West Islands of the South Pacific will see more than 33 Tropical cyclones, with The Fiji, Vanuatu, Solomon Islands area receiving 10

8 in the New Caledonia East Coast of Australia Area.

The Central Zone South Pacific Islands. Samoa Group 3 -Tonga Cooks Is 4 and Tahiti - Bora Bora 3. The Eastern zone South Pacific 5


Photos Mega Cyclone Winstone that hit Fiji Main Island and remote Islands 20th 02 leap year 2016 ++ 917mb. 200 mph winds More than a Cat 5 Cyclone rating






FIVE Will reach New Zealand as a Severe destructiveTropical Depression Weather Storms Systems.





Sea Rescue by Helicopter

Once a helicopter has been tasked, the time it takes to locate a vessel in distress and the effectiveness of its rescue effort depend largely on the cooperation of the vessel involved.
You should provide information to the radio station about your position, as accurately as possible [ latitude / longitude in degrees minutes and seconds or by bearing and distance
from a charted landmark ] a description of the vessel, the nature of your distress your communications capabilities [ such as VHF, SSB, EPIRB, cellphone or satellite telephone number,
if applicable. ] From the air, and especially if there are many other vessels in the area, it can be difficult for the helicopter crew to identify the vessel it is searching for, unless the vessel
uses a distinctive signal that can be clearly seen. To ensure the on-scene time for the helicopter is kept to a minimum, brief your crew on what to expect, activate your EPIRB, which has
a homing signal and, usually, a strobe light by day, use an orange smoke float distress flare, an orange square [ some are marked with a black ‘V’ ] a signal lamp or heliograph at night, use
a torch or a red hand-held flare [ do not fire a parachute flare when the helicopter is close by ] where possible, give cellphones or satellite telephone numbers to the co - ordinating agency
[ either RCCNZ or Police. ]





Working with a helicopter

When the helicopter arrives, change course to place the wind 30 deg on the port bow if possible, and maintain this new course at your standard speed. Lash or stow all loose gear that could
be blown about by the helicopter’s powerful down - draught. If possible, drop all sail and motor. Lash your boom [ s ] to the coachroof. Keep all unnecessary personnel out of the way while
the helicopter is winching. Allow the winch cable [ high-line ] to touch the water or the vessel before you handle it, to dissipate any build - up of static electricity. Do not allow the winch cable
to become attached [ or make fast ] to the vessel under any circumstances. Ensure the person being lifted is wearing a lifejacket, if possible. If the person is a patient, they should be made
as comfortable as possible and, if conscious, briefed and reassured about the rescue procedure.

At night, light the deck using lights or torches facing downwards. By day, indicate the apparent wind by using a flag or smoke [ as long as it will not impair the pilot’s visibility. ]
On reaching the shore, follow the instructions of the pilot or crewman, leaving the helicopter in a forward direction and keeping well clear of the tail rotor and engine exhausts.

Do exactly as the helicopter pilot tells you. The pilot will not put his crew and machine in any unnecessary danger.

Be aware that communications by radio [ or even person-to-person conversations ] are usually not possible when a helicopter is over head, due to the rotor blade motor noise.





                        
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| U.S. Navy FNMOC Satellite Cyclone Data Website. | | Interactive Cyclone / Hurricane Tracker Website. |



| U.S. Navy Cyclone Warning Site Website. | | Perfect Storm Warning Site Website. | | South and North West Pacific - South China Sea ::: Wind Analysis. |

| Last Seasons Cyclones Tracks |   | Satellite Images South Pacific |   | North Western Pacific Cyclone Maps & Info |   | Fiji Weather Maps & Info |   | Tonga H.C. Weather Forcast & Info |  

| Hong Kong Thailand Cyclone Tythoon Warning Map. |   | Fiji MSLP 1500 Hrs Northern South Pacific |   | New Caledonia MSLP & Sat Combined |   | Australian Govt Cyclone Warnings. |

| World Cyclone Hurrican Center Site [ Animated ] | | Northern Eastern pacific Ocean Site. | | Northern Eastern Pacific NOAA Ocean Site. | | Radio Fax Hololulu - Louisiana- Gulf Mexico Site. |

| N.Z. Sever All Weather Warnings. | | Australia Sever Weather Satellite Animated. | | Vanuatu Marine Warnings Weather | | Vanuatu Cyclone Warnings Weather |

| South Pacific Western Satellite | | Fiji Marine Weather Warnings - South Pacific | | Vanuatu Severe Warnings Weather | | Canada Marine Weather Warnings




| The Whole South Pacific Satellite region Satellite Photo with ISO BAR Map. |




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Source:: Phil Clarke.






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