Philippines Hit with Sixth Storm in Five Weeks

Philippines Hit with Sixth Storm in Five Weeks

by Ashira Morris, ODP Contributing Writer Just a week and a half after a super typhoon hit the Philippines, the island nation was pummeled with heavy rains from Typhoon Vamco yesterday. The storm hit the main island of Luzon, wiping out power for nearly 2 million homes in the capital city of Manila and surrounding […]

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Massive Storms Hit Philippines and Central American In The Same Week

Massive Storms Hit Philippines and Central American In The Same Week

As Yale Climate Connections reported, Super Typhoon Goni made landfall near Bato, Catanduanes Island, Philippines, at 4:50 a.m. local time on November 1 with sustained winds of 195 mph. Goni was the strongest landfalling tropical cyclone in world recorded history. As Kasha Patel of the NASA Earth Observatory wrote, on Catanduanes Island, where the storm […]

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Read This: Typhoon Hagibis’ Path of Destruction in Japan

Read This: Typhoon Hagibis’ Path of Destruction in Japan

Take a look at the Atlantic’s roundup of images from the aftermath of Typhoon Hagibis, the equivalent of a category 5 storm that struck Japan this past week, causing billions of dollars of wreckage in its wake and claiming 66 lives. Not only did the storm sweep away Fukushima nuclear waste bags into the river […]

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