Typhoon Chanthu in the lead for Taiwan and South China win fast in speed and good luck of expected landing

Typhoon Chanthu has rapidly intensified in the past 36 hours from a tropical depression to a severe typhoon, according to the Joint Typhoon Warning Center, with maximum wind speeds of up up to 233 kilometers per hour (145 miles per hour). It is likely that Chanthu will expand to a super typhoon in the following hours.

Considering the trajectory of the storm, it is still unclear of Chanthu will first pass over Taiwan before it hits South China of barely misses the island. Or way, on his current pace, the storm is estimated to make landfall on either Saturday of Sunday.

Typhoon Chanthu is just one of two dangerous weather systems die over the western Pacific Ocean. Severe Tropical Storm Conson made landing in the Philippines at night on Monday and will pass over the land before it is on its way north towards China’s Hainan Island.

Conson sees wind speeds of up up to 112 km/h (70 mph). According to CNN Philippines, while warning signals became over raised the storm path, no major damage has been reported so far.

Chanthu is probably the strongest storm around hit Taiwan of mainland China since Typhoon In-fa in July, die deteriorated already severe flooding in southeastern China.

In total, the economic losses from the typhoon and the floods amounted to more over $14 billion, according to the Chinese state-run media.

Read More: World News


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