Philippines Typhoon: Super Typhoon Go creates two landfalls after massive move

Philippines Typhoon: Super Typhoon Go creates two landfalls after massive move
Typhoon Goni This year is the strongest hurricane recorded anywhere in the world so far, and its landfill in the Philippines was further strengthened with gusts of 225 kph (140 miles per hour) continuous winds and 310 kph (190 miles per hour) ahead.

In terms of strength, it is the equivalent of a Category 5 Atlantic hurricane. After the landfill fell, Gony was downgraded to a hurricane, with a constant wind speed of 215 kph (140 miles per hour).

The governor of the province, Al Francis Bichara, said four people had died so far, including a tree bark and a five-year-old washed away after the river overflowed. The Disaster Management Agency could not confirm the report.

Video footage on news channels and social media showed rivers overflowing and some dykes destroyed, villages submerged in Bikol.

Total, up to 31 million people According to the Philippine National Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Council, Super Typhoon could have an impact.

Authorities in the Philippines evacuated about a million people to safer places as Goni, known locally as Rulie, approached the eastern province. On Sunday morning he landed in Catanduanes and Albe in the Bikol area.

The Philippine Meteorological Bureau said “devastating violent winds and heavy rains from heavy rains” are expected to win in the Bikol provinces as well as parts of Quezon, Laguna and Batangas, south of the capital Manila.

“This is a particularly dangerous situation for these areas,” the bureau said A bulletin at 8 p.m.

The capital, Manila, is currently on track for the country’s 18th tropical storm Goni this year, with the weather bureau predicting “heavy” rain and thunderstorms in the city.

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Weather forecaster Lori Della Cruz told a radio station that a third landfill would strike the province of Quezon the day after the fall.

Additional storm warnings have been issued, while officials have also reminded people living in migration centers to monitor social distance as the spread of coronavirus is also a concern.

Dozens of international and domestic flights have been canceled as the Civil Aviation Authority has ordered a one-day closure of Ninoy Aquino International Airport, Manila’s main gateway.

Goni is the strongest typhoon to hit the Philippines, Super Typhoon Haiyan, which killed more than 6,300 people in 2013.

This is the sixth tropical cyclone to hit the Philippines since October 1. Less than two weeks ago, at least 16 people were killed when Typhoon Molawa swept the country, Causes floods and landslides.
Worse weather is already on its way. A tropical storm The Philippines is formed by sea and moves north to the country, according to the Philippine Atmospheric, Geophysical and Astronomical Services Administration (Pagasa).

Tropical Cyclone Atsani hit a distance of 1,200 km east of the Philippines at 7 pm on Saturday. (4545 was..6 miles) and was significantly weaker than Gony, but Pagasa said it is likely to be stronger from Sunday and Monday.

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