Tropical Storm Washi

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Severe Tropical Storm Washi, known in the Philippines as Tropical Storm Sendong, was a late-season tropical cyclone that caused catastrophic damage in the Philippines in late 2011.wikipedia
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Cagayan de Oro

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Hardest hit were the cities of Cagayan de Oro and Iligan where tremendous loss of life occurred.
On the evening of December 16–17, 2011, Tropical Storm Sendong (international name Washi) caused widespread flash flooding in Northern Mindanao.

Typhoon Bopha

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Typhoon Bopha (Pablo, 2012)
After first landfalling in Palau, where it destroyed houses, disrupted communications and caused power outages, flooding and uprooted trees, Bopha made landfall late on December 3 on Mindanao, an island that had been devastated by the much weaker Tropical Storm Washi in December 2011.

2011 Pacific typhoon season

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The season’s first named storm, Aere, developed on May 7 while the season’s last named storm, Washi dissipated on December 19.

2011 Southeast Asian floods

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The 2011 typhoon season in Philippines overlapped the monsoon season in Indochina, and the country was hit by a series of storms over the course of 4 months: Typhoon Nesat in September, which was followed shortly after by Typhoon Nalgae, and then in December by Tropical Storm Washi, which hit on an unusual track, timing and location.

List of retired Pacific typhoon names

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In February 2012, the ESCAP/WMO Typhoon Committee announced that Washi will also be retired on its naming lists and was replaced with the name Hato. In June 2012, PAGASA selected the name Sarah to replace Sendong for the 2015 season.
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Tropical Depression Winnie

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Tropical Depression Winnie, 2004
Tropical Storm Washi (Sendong, 2011)

Typhoon Fengshen (2008)

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Tropical Storm Washi (Sendong, 2011)

Tropical Storm Thelma

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Tropical Storm Thelma (Uring, 1991)
Tropical Storm Washi (Sendong, 2011)

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Severe Tropical Storm Washi, known in the Philippines as Tropical Storm Sendong, was a late-season tropical cyclone that caused catastrophic damage in the Philippines in late 2011.

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Severe Tropical Storm Washi, known in the Philippines as Tropical Storm Sendong, was a late-season tropical cyclone that caused catastrophic damage in the Philippines in late 2011. Situated along the southern edge of a subtropical ridge, the system tracked steadily westward towards the Philippines.

Aquila (constellation)

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Washi, which means Aquila in Japanese, made landfall over Mindanao, a major island in the Philippines, on December 16. Washi weakened slightly after passing Mindanao, but regained strength in the Sulu Sea, and made landfall again over Palawan on December 17.

Japanese language

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Washi, which means Aquila in Japanese, made landfall over Mindanao, a major island in the Philippines, on December 16. Washi weakened slightly after passing Mindanao, but regained strength in the Sulu Sea, and made landfall again over Palawan on December 17.

Mindanao

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Washi, which means Aquila in Japanese, made landfall over Mindanao, a major island in the Philippines, on December 16. Washi weakened slightly after passing Mindanao, but regained strength in the Sulu Sea, and made landfall again over Palawan on December 17.

Sulu Sea

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Washi, which means Aquila in Japanese, made landfall over Mindanao, a major island in the Philippines, on December 16. Washi weakened slightly after passing Mindanao, but regained strength in the Sulu Sea, and made landfall again over Palawan on December 17.

Palawan (island)

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Washi, which means Aquila in Japanese, made landfall over Mindanao, a major island in the Philippines, on December 16. Washi weakened slightly after passing Mindanao, but regained strength in the Sulu Sea, and made landfall again over Palawan on December 17.

Joint Typhoon Warning Center

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On December 12, the Joint Typhoon Warning Center (JTWC) noted that a developing area of low pressure had persisted about 945 km (585 mi) south-southeast of Guam.

Low-pressure area

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On December 12, the Joint Typhoon Warning Center (JTWC) noted that a developing area of low pressure had persisted about 945 km (585 mi) south-southeast of Guam.

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On December 12, the Joint Typhoon Warning Center (JTWC) noted that a developing area of low pressure had persisted about 945 km (585 mi) south-southeast of Guam.

Horse latitudes

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Situated along the southern edge of a subtropical ridge, the system tracked steadily westward towards the Philippines.

Deformation (meteorology)

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Located within a region of good diffluence and moderate wind shear, deep convection was able to maintain itself over the circulation.

Wind shear

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Located within a region of good diffluence and moderate wind shear, deep convection was able to maintain itself over the circulation.

Atmospheric convection

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Located within a region of good diffluence and moderate wind shear, deep convection was able to maintain itself over the circulation.

Rainband

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Development of banding features and improvement of outflow indicated strengthening was likely.

Outflow (meteorology)

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Development of banding features and improvement of outflow indicated strengthening was likely.