Categorized on Thursday as a “super typhoon” at its peak, Usagi is the strongest cyclone so far in 2013. It’s expected to weaken before striking Hong Kong on Sunday. One of the strongest tropical cyclones in at least …
Typhoon Usagi
At least 25 people have died after Typhoon Usagi slammed into the coast of southern China, state media reported Monday. Bringing strong winds and heavy rain, Usagi forced the relocation of hundreds of thousands …
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Typhoon Usagi
Typhoon Usagi veered away from Hong Kong at the last minute and made landfall northeast of the former British colony. Forecasters had warned earlier that it posed a "severe threat" to the southern Chinese city. Usagi — …
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Severe Typhoon Usagi left 25 dead as it made landfall in southern China on Sunday, and caused chaos across Hong Kong, throwing flight schedules into disarray and bringing flooding to some areas. SCMP.com was on …
Typhoon Usagi
Typhoon Usagi, which was the season's strongest storm at its peak, forced hundreds of flight cancellations and shut down shipping and train lines before weakening to a tropical depression over the southern Chinese …
Super typhoon Usagi, 2013’s strongest storm on the planet, may have peaked in intensity, but remains an extremely dangerous cyclone as it continues on a collision course with southern Taiwan and, likely, Hong …
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These are external links and will open in a new window Typhoon Usagi has killed at least 25 people in Guangdong province of south China, the government has said. Winds of up to 180 km/h (110 mph) were …
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Typhoon Usagi
Super Typhoon Usagi and its 150 MPH winds will be the strongest weather event this year. The radar on the Tropical Rainfall Measuring Mission (TRMM) satellite captured an image of Supertyphoon Usagi near the end …
Super Typhoon Usagi had maximum sustained winds of 139 mph and gusts exceeding 163 mph Saturday morning, and was 550 kilometers south of Taipei, Taiwan's capital, according to the U.S. Navy's Joint …
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HONG KONG—The leading edge of typhoon Usagi was expected to make landfall near Hong Kong on Sunday night, after the powerful storm battered the Philippines and Taiwan, with forecasters warning of flooding in the …
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