The Philippines is approaching supertyphoon “Haima”


Wind speed at the epicenter of 277 km/h with gusts of 314 km/h. today the Typhoon will hit the Philippines is on the island of Luzon.

Heavy rains and powerful winds, meteorologists warn, may cause landslides in mountainous areas. According to meteorologist Taylor ward, this storm is very powerful, if he will make a way to the coast of the country, it can lead to serious destruction. As expected, the element will affect the lives of 2.3 million people in seven Philippine provinces. Then, according to forecasts, the Typhoon will move Northwest and strike on Friday evening along the coast of China.

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