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Super Typhoon Haiyan — which is one of the strongest storms in world history based on maximum windspeed — is about to plow through the Central Philippines, producing a potentially deadly storm surge and dumping heavy rainfall that could cause ...
The Huffington Post · 11/7/2013
Super typhoon Haiyan, which hit the Philippines with winds of up to 195 mph, was so powerful that it rolled a boulder weighing more than 26 adult male African elephants up a beach for 150 feet. It is the largest rock to be moved by a storm ever recorded ...
Daily Mail · 12/18/2014
Super Typhoon Noul was not nearly as destructive as the 2013 Super Typhoon Haiyan, which caused enormous damage and the death or injury of as many as 8,000 people. (A ‘supertyphoon is in the range of a Category 4 or Category 5 storm on the …
Insurance Journal · 5/13/2015
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In 2012, Super Typhoon Bopha hit the island nation, including Mindanao, followed the next year by Super Typhoon Haiyan, the strongest cyclone to hit land in recorded history. It became increasingly clear to her that "it …
Rolling Stone · 12 hours ago
The western Pacific storm Haiyan has intensified without interruption since Sunday and is now a dangerous Category 5 super typhoon, with maximum sustained winds exceeding 160 mph. It is on a path due west, and landfall Friday in the central Philippines ...
Washington Post · ByJason Samenow · 11/6/2013
Super Typhoon Haiyan, called Yolanda in the Philippines, made landfall as one of the strongest storms ever recorded on Earth. UPDATE NOV. 8, 2013, 4:30 CDT (1030 UTC): Super Typhoon Haiyan – Yolanda, as the storm is known in the Philippines – on ...
EarthSky · ByDeborah Byrd · 11/8/2013
As I write this, a massive storm is inflicting itself upon the Philippines: super typhoon Haiyan. A typhoon is what hurricanes are called in the northwest Pacific Ocean, so you can guess what a super typhoon will be like. This typhoon is beyond huge: It ...
Slate · 11/8/2013
A typhoon thought to be the most powerful ever to hit land battered the central Philippines on Friday, forcing hundreds of thousands of people to flee their homes and killing four as it toppled power lines and blew apart houses. There were fears the death ...
Daily Telegraph · 11/8/2013
A fairly normal typhoon season in the western Pacific has spawned a real monster—supertyphoon Haiyan—which made landfall in the Philippines at around 5 a.m. local time. "It's knocking our socks off," said Jim Kossin, an atmospheric scientist with the U ...
National Geographic · 11/11/2013
Haiyan, a category-5 super typhoon, scoured the northern tip of Cebu province and headed northwest towards Boracay island, both tourist destinations, after lashing the central islands of Leyte and Samar with 275-kph (170 mph) wind gusts and 5-6 meter (15 ...
Reuters · 11/8/2013