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Thursday, August 25, 2011

Typhoon Mina (International Name: Nanmadol)

New typhoon threatens northern Phlippines, Taiwan (taiwannews.com)

A slow-moving typhoon may set off heavy rains, flash floods and landslides in the mountainous northern Philippines before gaining strength and barreling toward Taiwan.

Philippine government forecaster Raymund Ordinario says Typhoon Nanmadol is swirling 183 miles (295 kilometers) east of northeastern Aurora Province Thursday with sustained winds of 74 mph (120 kph) and gusts of 93 mph (150 kph).

Ordinario says the typhoon may not hit land but is expected to bring heavy rains with its wide cloud band and slow movement. Villagers in low-lying areas have been warned about possible floods and landslides.

Nanmadol is the 13th of 20 expected weather disturbances to hit the disaster-prone Philippines this year
Image Courtesy of Hong Kong Observatory iPhone Application


Video courtesy of: ITN News

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