Super Typhoon

Hurricanes are referred to as typhoons in the western Pacific and because of oceans’ expanse, these storms can become quite powerful.

“Megi” has become what is referred to as a Super Typhoon.

The storm is packing with of 178 mph and is approaching the northern Philippine Islands.

The storm is expected to make landfall tonight with winds in excess of 150 mph and will likely be the most powerful and devastating storm to hit the Philippines in recent years.

The storm is forecast to move westward across the Philippine island of Luzon into the South China Sea and eventually turn northward toward Hong Kong.

John Collins

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