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Wednesday, September 08, 2010

Another tropical storm to hit South China

A new tropical storm has formed in the South China Sea and is heading for the Chinese province of Guangdong. This storm is moving steadily towards the coast and is expected to make landfall between Hong Kong and Zhangzhou.
Tropical storm heading for south China(China Daily)
BEIJING - The 10th tropical storm to hit China this year is expected to land in southern coastal regions between Thursday evening and midday Friday, the country's meteorological authorities warned Wednesday.

The China Meteorological Administration (CMA) National Meteorological Center said the storm, which formed in the South China Sea Wednesday, was moving westward with wind speeds of 10 to 15 kilometers an hour at its eye.

It was expected to gain strength and become more powerful before landing at the east of Guangdong Province and the south of Fujian Province, said the meteorological center.

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