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Super Typhoon Haishen bombed right into a mighty category 4 storm with 155 mph winds on Thursday, becoming Earth’s third-strongest storm of 2020. Haishen is anticipated going to South Korea on Sunday, making the next landfalling typhoon in Korea (including both North Korea and Southern Korea) in a two-week duration.

On August 27, Typhoon Bavi made landfall over North Pyongan Province, North Korea, as a minimal category 1 typhoon with 75 miles per hour winds. On September 2, Typhoon Maysak made landfall being a category 2 storm with 100 mph winds simply west of Busan, South Korea’s second-largest town and also the world’s port that is fifth-largest.

Haishen placed on a remarkable display of quick intensification on Thursday, strengthening in twenty four hours from the low-end category 3 storm with 115 miles per hour winds to a 155-mph super typhoon having a central stress of 915 mb by 2 a.m. EDT Friday, in accordance with the Joint Typhoon Warning Center (JTWC). Haishen maintained that intensity through the 11 a.m. EDT Friday advisory, as soon as the typhoon had been situated within the record- to near-record warm waters about 700 kilometers south of Japan, heading northwest at 10 miles per hour towards Korea. Haishen had been bringing rains that are heavy the hawaiian islands south of mainland Japan, because seen on Japanese radar.

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