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Hilary Hahn Dec 15
What I’ve been training for my whole life.
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DMM News Sep 4
Video of the conditions in as Typhoon approaches. (Video: )
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James Reynolds Sep 9
Working through about 3 hours of GoPro footage from earlier this week - some of the scenes it caught are ferocious
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severe-weather.EU Sep 5
*Tropical* Spectacular view of Super Typhoon in the Western Pacific earlier today (local), September 5th. Report:
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Kirill Bakanov Sep 9
Post-tropical cyclone ex-typhoon brings 100-150 mm of rains in Amur river basin. Flood on river Sita in Khabarovsk Krai.
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Josh Morgerman Sep 4
In other cyclone news... is blasting 's Ryukyu Islands. The eye is currently right over Miyako-jima! The airport there measured 69 knots (10-min) gusting to 119 knots in the N eyewall. My fellow chaserdude is on this one!
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Jaehwan Cho 조재환 Sep 6
This may look like a minor damage. But I can see some parts of glass coming from buildings on the road. This is one of the serious problems caused by
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KAvenyou • 케이애버뉴 Sep 5
⚠️ The 13th typhoon this year for South Korea, Typhoon is expected to hit Jeju on Sat 3am and upwards towards Seoul & Gyeonggi on Sunday. This typhoon is expected to be so strong (winds of 50m/s) that it can uproot trees & even topple a car or train. Stay safe!
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Money Margarita Aug 15
My heart is breaking for right now.
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Ashhar Hussain Sep 5
So apparently typhoon will hit this weekend, and is currently causing this terrible rain 😱😱 May Allah protect us.... its my first time in a direct typhoon....
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Typhoon Trackers Sep 4
continues to intensify. Typhoon Trackers now puts it as a category 2 typhoon, expected to peak as a category 3 typhoon (equivalent to a major hurricane).
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serotonin Jun 11
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Robert Rohde Sep 7
Typhoon is currently making landfall in North Korea. The forecast predicts a weak Category 1 storm. If that holds up, it will be the first typhoon ever observed to make landfall in North Korea.
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Ryan Allen Sep 4
Best guess for intensity for Typhoon is 110 kt +/- 5 kt. Estimate is largely based on 90.4 kt 10 minute sustained wind (or about 103 kt 1 minute sustained winds) from Shimoji in left front eyewall and ~110 kt KZC off the recorded 940.5 mb pressure.
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KeviShader Sep 4
Typhoon has been intensifying for the past few days and is now likely approaching category 4 strength. Recent radar now shows a closed eyewall that is headed straight for Miyakojima where a pressure of 991mb has recently been reported. is there as well
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Klein Oak Orchestras Feb 11
Campaign to get this to ! Sinfonietta violins were working on a passage in the Janacek Idyll Suite 2nd mvmt. Db major, triplets, in SECOND position! Perfect time for a Ling Ling workout!
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Riley Doxsee Sep 7
has weakened to a Tropical Storm with 65mph winds as it continues to move inland and is now over China. The storm is undergoing extratropical transition and is expected to complete it soon and potentially make it to the Bering Sea as a large cold core low.
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SaveKoreanDogs Sep 8
"Typhoon was the most powerful, the Nature teaching us the lesson 'Be Humble'. We are safe, none of the dogs are hurt but left a big damage. The big blue tent was alright till last night..."➡️
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Philip Lau Sep 5
1/ An oil field in East China Sea recorded a station pressure of 922.5hPa and an MSLP of 927.7hPa (after adjusting for elevation) during Lingling’s eye passage. Suggests that Lingling has intensified after passing Miyakojima.
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Robert Rohde Sep 5
With 2 days to go, the Joint Typhoon Warning Center is continuing to predict that may become the first Typhoon to ever be observed making a landfall in North Korea.
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