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T.D. TOKAGE weakening; Typhoon NOCK-TEN


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Tokage leaves Japan

6:00 p.m. ET ET Wed.,Oct.20,2004

 

Buzz Bernard and M. Ressler, Senior Meteorologists, The Weather Channel

 

 

Tropical Depression Tokage, in the western Pacific, is becoming rapidly extratropical as it heads eastward away from Japan and the final advisory has been issued on this system. Tokyo reported wind gusts to 55 mph when Tokage passed by. Meanwhile, strengthening Typhoon Nock-Ten (110 mph) passed south of Guam Wednesday morning (U. S. time) and is now swirling northwestward into the Philippine Sea. Peak winds on Guam were only in 30-to-35-mph range.

 

Closer to home, there are no imminent tropical threats in either the Atlantic or eastern Pacific Basins.

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