It is reported that typhoon MALAKAS was located at 12.3°N and 136.3°E at 0:00 (UTC time, the same below), about 930 kilometers west of Guam on April 11. It had a maximum wind speed of 25 m/s and a minimum pressure of 985 hPa near the center of the typhoon.
Typhoon MEGI was located at 11.0°N and 124.8°E at 0:00 (UTC time, the same below), near the Philippine Islands. It had a maximum wind speed of 20 m/s and a minimum pressure of 995 hPa near the center of the typhoon.
The true color image of FY-4A meteorological satellite (Fig. 1) shows that the circulation structure of typhoon MALAKAS is still developing, and that MEGI has an asymmetric structure. The infrared enhanced cloud image (Fig. 2) of FY-4A at 00:00 shows that the cloud top brightness temperatures of the circulation center of typhoon “MALAKAS” and “MEGI” are below -70℃.
Fig. 1. The true color image of MALAKAS and MEGI, 00:00(UTC) on April 11, 2022
Fig. 2. Infrared enhanced cloud image captured by FY-4A, acquired at 00:00 (UTC) on April 11, 2022
Source: National Satellite Meteorological Centre, World Meteorological Centre Beijing
Editor: Liu Shuqiao