ALERT! Category-5 Super Typhoon Maria Threatens Japan and China Next Week with Winds of 160mph

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A tropical storm near Guam turned into the Category-5 typhoon, which is a threat to Japan and China in the coming week, The Weather Channel reports. 

Super Typhoon Maria

A super typhoon ‘Maria’ in the western Pacific. The name ‘Maria’ was related to the phenomenon in the Atlantic Ocean. Maria is now a Category 5 and is located 225 miles northwest of Guam and 1k miles southeast of Japan.

One year ago, the Maria caused damage in Puerto Rico and its name was retired in the Atlantic Ocean. There are 12 other basins in the world that can have the same names.

Super Typhoon Maria is expected to remain a Category 5 equivalent beginning next week and is hoped to end on Saturday. As Atlantic tropical hurricanes near Bermuda, typhoon Maria is rapidly intensifying in warm ocean water (84 to 86-degree Fahrenheit).

This typhoon might get to China, including Shanghai, and then go toward the Korean Peninsula. That’s why Japan, China, the Korean Peninsula, and Taiwan should monitor closely Typhoon Maria behavior.

Source: weather.com


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