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Activity comments and notes Force sustained, gusts, tornados
Super Typhoon Meranti... pres: 890 seat: 31C sust: 220 kph gust: 305 kph / torn*: 341+ kph / cat 5, 2016 La Nina
Super Typhoon Haiyan... pres: 895 seat: 32C sust: 230 kph gust: 322 kph / torn*: 360+ kph / cat 5, 2013 El Nino
Comment: Earth's tropical oceans all generate severe tropical storms.
* Note: 'torn' refers to mesovortices, common yet little understood tornadic anomalies related to tropical storms. First described by Dr. Fujita in 1974, Mesovortices are not yet included in public warnings, as they are considered erratic or incidental. For years now, drone surveillace of 'eyewall mesovortices' has gathered information. Perhaps public weather forecasts and warnings need to include "expected vortex velocity".

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