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Earth’s strongest storm of 2013, packing 160 mph winds, moving toward Hong Kong, Northern Philippines
Posted on September 19, 2013 by END TIME HEADLINES
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Super Typhoon Usagithe equivalent of a Category 5 Atlantic hurricane, has intensified rapidly in the western Pacific Ocean and will threaten parts of Taiwan, the far northern Philippines and southern China through the next several days.  A tropical cyclone is dubbed a “super typhoon” when maximum sustained winds reach at least 150 mph. Usagi underwent a period of rapid intensification from early Wednesday through midday Thursday (U.S. Eastern time), going from a 55-knot tropical storm to a 140-knot super typhoon in just 33 hours, or just under a 100 mph intensification, based on satellite estimates of intensity. Usagi is expected to maintain a west-northwest path through Saturday. Here are the potential forecast impacts by location for Usagi: More





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