Well our hope for this intense tropical storm fades as it is under the steering influence of a low pressure trough which caused the weakening of high pressure ridge and increase of VWS along the northern part. the said low pressure trough allows a development of what we call poleward channel. Strong dry westerly wind and VWS will tear this system and eventually dissipated as significant tropical cyclone as it moves more pole ward direction within 48-60hrs.
The other cluster you mention has a very low probability to develop over western pacific but high over south pacific. This SPCZ (south pacific convergence zone) is likely to induce one tropical storm within the next 72-96hrs over South Pacific... so meaning there's no next tropical storm to follow Omais.
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