What is an “Amended” tropical cyclone warning?
JTWC issues an amended warning whenever a significant change is made to the forecast track and/or intensity before the next regular warning is issued. The reason for the amendment is stated in the REMARKS section of the amended warning. Back to top Q: What is a “Corrected” tropical cyclone warning? A: JTWC issues a corrected warning when administrative or typographical errors are noted in the current warning. Back to top Q: What is a “Relocated” tropical cyclone warning? A: JTWC issues a relocated warning to indicate a significant re-assessment of the tropical cyclone’s location and movement. The term “relocated” is used when a vector drawn from the previous warning position to the current warning position does not reasonably represent the actual cyclone’s movement. Back to top Q: What is the average size of a tropical cyclone? A: There is no “average” tropical cyclone. Tropical cyclones are measured radially from the center to the outermost closed isobar. This distance, in degrees lat