Video: Typhoon Saola / Damrey Storm Footage and Video Update, Likely Landfall NE Taiwan part of Typhoon "Saola" leaves 23 dead in the Philippines

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Manila : Philippines | over 1 year ago
The slow moving typhoon "Saola" (local codename Gener) left 23 dead and thousands homeless in the Philippines and continues to bring in rains brought by the Southwest...
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Typhoon Saola / Damrey Storm Footage and Video Update, Likely Landfall NE Taiwan

Typhoon Saola has already been blamed for 14 deaths in the Philippines and now the storm is pushing across extreme western Japan and Taiwan where winds topping 100kph have been recorded in Okinawa and rains over 600mm in the past 24hrs have been seen in North East Taiwan where it will likely make landfall in the early morning hours.. These factors will be leading to a high risk of damaging floods and landslides through the coming days, not only here but also in China where Saola its sister storm Damrey will impact through the end of the week. Damrey has produced sustained winds in Kagoshima topping 100kph and also has led to one person to go missing in Southern Kyushu. This storm though is cruising at 35kph and has already started to move through the yellow sea on to China. Videos used in this update. James Reynolds Taiwan Storm Footage www.youtube.com Getting Caught in Saola www.youtube.com Manila Storm Footage www.youtube.com If you have any footage you want to share and be on these updates please feel free by writing us at westpacweather@gmail.com or contacting me on this Youtube account. Please use the links below to find more information on this and other events here in the western pacific. Complete Eastern Asia weather Updates www.westernpacificweather.com Tropical Weather Discussion. www.storm2k.org Daily Satellite Analysis www.westernpacificweather.com Follow Rob's Facebook www.facebook.com Follow Rob on Twitter @Robert Speta Follow Westernpacificweather on <b>...</b>
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