the typhoon was located 100 km north of Iwoto Island, traveling at a speed of 35 kph with an atmospheric pressure of 985 hectopascals at its center.
What does hPa stand for?
hPa stands for Hectopascal
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the typhoon, with an atmospheric pressure of 905 hectopascals, was moving north-northwest at a speed of 20 kph over waters 290 km south-southeast of Naha on Okinawa Island, packing winds of 198 kph, according to the agency.
It has an atmospheric pressure of 955 hectopascals at its core.
It has an atmospheric pressure of 950 hectopascals, and is packing winds of 144 kph near its center.
Typhoon Haikui, with an atmospheric pressure of 980 hectopascals at its center, was located around 40 km north of Yoron Island in Kagoshima, traveling northwest at a speed of 15 kph.
the season's 13th typhoon was moving northeast at 25 kilometers per hour about 130 km south-southwest of Cape Muroto in Kochi Prefecture, packing winds of up to 108 kph with an atmospheric pressure of 985 hectopascals.
It has an atmospheric pressure of 1,000 hectopascals at its center with winds of up to 64.
Thursday, Typhoon Muifa was traveling westward around 210 km southeast of Naha with an atmospheric pressure of 945 hectopascals at its center and a maximum wind velocity of 216 kph.