MANILA – typhoon Yutu is on it’s way to the Philippines with wind speeds of 240 kilometres per hour. That report Weeronline. This is still no typhoon of the fifth and worst category.
The path of Yutu is doing a lot of thinking on the route that the devastating typhoon Mangkhut in september followed.
Yutu draws are expected in the night from Monday on Tuesday on Luzon, the largest island of the Philippines. Yutu will be with wind gusts up to 300 kilometres per hour likely to cause a lot of damage. Authorities warn of storm surge and heavy rainfall. More than 300 millimeters of rainfall is expected.
After the Philippines goes Yutu in the direction of hong Kong and the Chinese south coast. The typhoon reached the city Thursday. Yutu will then be less powerful. When the typhoon on the Philippines attracts, softens that according to the first category. Thereafter Yutu above the South China Sea, some to gain strength and when a typhoon of the second category to go ashore in China.
The path of Yutu is doing a lot of thinking on the route that the devastating typhoon Mangkhut in september followed. This storm had nearly ninety deaths and left a trail of destruction behind in the Philippines and hong Kong.