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This Typhoon Tracker has been on the back-burner since Tropical Depression Banyan went through the Western Pacific in mid-October 2011. I've chopped out what I thought would be clever stuff to store satellite images for the previous 10-12 hours because I couldn't work out exactly when (or even if) the images at http://i.imwx.com/images/sat/asiasat_600x405.jpg are updated. Click on the Pause/Play button to pause or continue the sequence of images. Click on the main map/image to expand or shrink it. If the 'TD' icon thingee turns blue it means there is an active Tropical Storm/Depression in the Region and you need to click on that to get details of the storm.
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