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  1. Review of the 2010 Central Pacific Tropical Cyclone Season and Preliminary Verification National Weather Service Central Pacific Hurricane Center Honolulu, Hawaii Interdepartmental Hurricane Conference 28 February 2011 Raymond Tanabe Deputy Director, CPHC

  2. La Nina Keeps Pacific Cool During the 2010 Tropical Cyclone Season

  3. Tropical Storm OmekaDecember 20-21 • Latest forming tropical cyclone in the central or eastern Pacific since reliable records began in 1949. • Started as a subtropical cyclone, transitioned into a tropical cyclone, then became extratropical. • 5 tropical cyclone forecast packages issued by CPHC.

  4. 2010 Central Pacific Tropical Cyclones Tropical Storm Omeka 20-21 December West Pacific Central Pacific East Pacific

  5. Tropical Storm Omeka 20-21 December

  6. Central Pacific Tropical Cyclone Season • Central Pacific Average per Year • 4-5 Tropical Cyclones • 1970 to 2010: 175 Tropical Cyclones • 37% Hurricanes, 30% Tropical Storms, 33% Tropical Depressions

  7. CPHC/FEMA L324Hurricane Preparedness Course

  8. CPHC/FEMA L324Hurricane Preparedness Course

  9. 2010 CPHC/WFO Honolulu Musical Chairs • CPHC Deputy Director  TWC • Dr. Rick Knabb moves to Atlanta • HFO WCM  CPHC Deputy Director • Raymond Tanabe “promoted”? • WFO Caribou WCM  HFO WCM • Honolulu welcomes Mike Cantin

  10. Aloha !