Super Typhoon Haiyan Nears Philippines As One of Strongest Storm on Ever Recorded – UPDATE

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Update (14:30 EST) via Ocean Weather Services: Super Typhoon Haiyan (aka Yolanda) is closing in on the Philippines with sustained winds up to 170 knots. The radius of hurricane force winds, however. extends outward only 30-35NM to the south and 45-50NM to the north while 50kt winds extend outward 55-60NM south and 65-70NM north. The eye of Haiyan will move over the northern portion of the Leyte Gulf during the next few hours and across Leyte Island in about 4-8 hours…..Haiyan has achieved tropical cyclone perfection. It is now estimated at 170kts (195mph) and 895mb central pressure.….MORE


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2 Responses to Super Typhoon Haiyan Nears Philippines As One of Strongest Storm on Ever Recorded – UPDATE

  1. sarasinart says:

    They get worse………….


  2. I wish nothing but the very best to those affected. My thoughts and prayers are with them. It’s time to seriously think about global warming or climate change before it’s too late.


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