Typhoon Haima slams Philippines in second storm in a week

Typhoon Haima slams Philippines in second storm in a week

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This visible image of Haima was taken on Oct. 19 at 1:35 a.m. EDT (05:35 UTC) from the NASA-NOAA Suomi NPP satellite. The Super Typhoon’s cloud-filled eye was clearly visible and surrounded by thick bands of powerful thunderstorms. Captions and Image source: NOAA/NASA’s MODIS Rapid Response Team

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Officials in the Philippines warned that Typhoon Haima, which made landfall late Wednesday, could be even stronger than Haiyan in 2013…

Read Full Article, CNN (10-19-2016)

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