Tropical Cyclones
[Index]
Main Index Home Page Stock Weather Photos Extreme Storms Discussion Storm News and Storm Chasing Reports Tropical Cyclones / Hurricanes / Typhoons Weather Data and Links Wild Fires / Bushfires Weather Observation Techniques Weather Picture Catalogue Tornado Pictures and Reports Stock Video Footage and DVDs for sale
Season 2014-2015 Tropical Cyclone IKOLA Track Map
Season 2014-2015 Summaries: [BoM-AU] [JTWC-AU] [JTWC-SIO] [JTWC-SPAC] [JTWC-SH]
<<- Previous TC | BoM 2014-2015 Season | Next TC ->>

click for intensity scale information  Lat/long Grid: Show Hide

 Date Labels: Show Hide

Bureau of Meteorology Tropical Cyclone Data

Name: IKOLA
Number: 986 / 201415_19

04 Apr 2015 06:00 UTC to 08 Apr 2015 03:00 UTC

    date/time    lat    long    hPa   cat  kts
2015-04-04 06   10.2    86.9   1005         25          
2015-04-04 12   10.3    86.6   1004         25          
2015-04-04 18   10.9    86.3   1002         30          
2015-04-05 00   11.6    86.8   1001         30          
2015-04-05 06   11.8    87.0    999         33          
2015-04-05 12   12.2    87.4    998         35          
2015-04-05 18   12.9    88.2    993    1    42          
2015-04-06 00   13.5    88.7    987    1    50          
2015-04-06 06   14.1    89.4    982    2    57          
2015-04-06 12   14.9    90.2    968    3    80          
2015-04-06 18   15.8    91.0    959    3    90          
2015-04-07 00   16.9    92.1    953    4    95          
2015-04-07 06   17.9    93.4    958    3    90          
2015-04-07 12   19.0    94.7    976    2    65          
2015-04-07 18   20.1    96.1    988    1    50          
2015-04-08 00   21.1    97.5   1000         35          
2015-04-08 03   21.2    97.9   1004         30          
Winds are 10-min average.

Tropical cyclone tracks developed by Michael Bath using data from the Bureau of Meteorology and Google Maps.


[Australian Severe Weather index] [Copyright Notice] [Email Contacts] [Search This Site] [Privacy Policy]
Document: tropical_cyclone_ikola.htm Updated: 29 June 2017