The storm’s name comes from a pungent fruit native to Southeast Asia, but in the Philippines, the typhoon was called Reming. Resource … Super Typhoon Durian crossed the Philippines on November 30, 2006. Durian caused substantial damage and triggered … The hurricane/typhoon hunter missions that never returned to base A new world record wind gust: 253 mph in Australia's Tropical Cyclone Olivia Wind shear tutorial The twelfth typhoon of the season, Durian was projected as of November 30 to follow a track through the Philippines very similar to typhoons Xangsane, Cimaron, and Chebi, which all crossed the northern part of the island chain, bringing heavy rain and causing substantial damage. The twelfth typhoon of the season, Durian was projected as of November 30 to follow a track through the Philippines very similar to typhoons Xangsane, Cimaron, and Chebi, which all crossed the northern part of the island chain, bringing heavy rain and causing substantial damage. The storm’s name comes from a pungent fruit native to Southeast Asia.

Typhoon 200103 (DURIAN) Detailed Track Information Track Information on Google Maps Detailed Wind Information List of All Images || Disaster Info. Typhoon tracking maps, current sea temperatures, and more. The twelfth typhoon of the season, Durian followed a track through the Philippines very similar to typhoons Xangsane, Cimaron, and Chebi earlier in the year. Keep track of the latest information on tropical storms and hurricanes in the Atlantic and Eastern Pacific with the USA TODAY Hurricane Tracker The latest typhoon watches and warnings for the West Pacific Basin.