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Title:

Recommend Retirement/Change of Selected Central Pacific Tropical Cyclone Names - Informational

Submitter:

NOAA

Discussion:

Ioke became a record-breaking category 5 storm in the Central and West Pacific in 2006, and CPHC intends to retire this name. In consultation with the University of Hawaii’s Native Language program, CPHC will change or remove the following names from the list of central Pacific tropical cyclone names:

8.

Akoni Ema

Aka Ekeka

Alika Ele

Hana Hone

Hali Hene

Huko

Io Iona Keli Lala Moke Nele Nolo Oka Olana

Iolana Keoni Li Lino Mele Nona Oliwa

Ioke Kika Lana Maka Neki Oleka Omeka

Iopa

Recommendation:

Action:

Forward to IHC as informational.

Paka

Pama Peni

Upana

Ulia

Wene

Wali

Pewa Unala

Ana Ela Halola Iune Kimo Kilo Loke Malia Niala Oko Pali Ulika Walaka Oho

Peke Pena

Uleki Ulana Wila Wale

Title:

Reporting Outbound Wind Maxima in Vortex Messages

Submitter:

NOAA

Discussion:

Item F in the reconnaissance vortex data message (VDM) product is the maximum flight-level wind observed on the inbound leg prior to the storm center fix. Currently if a higher wind is observed on the outbound leg it is reported in Item P on the subsequent vortex message usually two hours later. In addition wind maxima observed after the final fix of a mission are not transmitted through a subsequent VDM.

Recommendation:

If an observed outbound wind maximum is higher than the inbound wind reported in Item F then the outbound maximum will be reported in the VDM for the fix just obtained. If after the transmission of the VDM a higher outbound wind maximum is observed, then a corrected vortex message will be transmitted at

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