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Typhoon Nuri is expected to strike southeastern China on Friday afternoon, with conditions at sea likely to maintain the storm's intensity as it approaches land.
The storm is forecast to make landfall over Guangdong province. On Thursday it was packing winds of 87 miles (140 kilometers) per hour.
However, computer projections suggest that the storm may curve back into the East China Sea soon after hitting mainland China.
The storm will cause rain over a wide region of southeast, central and northeast China, and this is expected to push into the Korean Peninsula on Friday. Showers are also likely to spread into southern Japan, but Tokyo is expected to remain dry.
Seasonal monsoon showers will meanwhile affect a large swath of southeast Asia and the Pacific islands. Malaysia will experience the heaviest rainfall.
In Australia, a front passing through New South Wales will bring showers and cooler temperatures to the east coast on Friday. Most of the rest of Australia will have fair conditions due to a high pressure band.
Temperatures will become warmer across eastern China, with Beijing reaching a high of 29 Celsius. Tokyo will be in the upper 20s. In Sydney the thermometer will rise only into the mid teens.
Source: Weather Underground
http://www.wunderground.com/


Updated : 2021-07-24 03:48 GMT+08:00