On September 8, 2017 a tropical depression east of Guam (14.3N 147.1E) was formed. After 48 hours, the depression intensified into a tropical storm and was named “Talim” with a maximum wind of 35 knot near the center. After 36 hours the tropical storm intensified into a severe tropical storm and moved in northwest direction. While traversing the Pacific ocean, severe tropical storm Talim further intensified more into a Typhoon. When Talim was near the landmass of Japan, it slightly weakened into a severe tropical storm. And on September 17, it became extra tropical cyclone until it dissipated on September 22.