184.108.40.206 | Message modified by user NikosPenaranda November 15, 2010, 11:43 am
Wow! Same here... i'm an enthusiast since childhood and thankful for sir Michael's -should i say- pioneering work in networking local weather enthusiasts.
I'm also eager to hear about his reply but for the meantime, i have a suggestion for you:
You might have already read about this... i think it's best if you do some reading on other weather systems that affect the Philippines aside from tropical cyclones. This way you'll get a bigger picture of the Philippine climate and most especially why tropical cyclones behave the way they do in this part of the world.
Start of by questioning yourself about the origins of the systems we hear a lot from weather agencies like Pagasa: amihan, habagat, ITCZ, monsoon trough, easterlies, HPA, cold front, tropical cyclone formation, etc. Then, do a little research (via the internet). Learn how these systems affect the country, their seasonal patterns, their origins, why do they exist (?), do they influence typhoon movement or development(?), etc.
I think this will give you extra leverage by the time you sign-up for the training or seminar that you are inquiring sir Mike.
all the best!
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