• 2 extreme strong supertyphoons (Category 4-5) hits Japan & Korea next 7 days

    After powerful typhoons Bavi and Maysak, next unpleasant surprise is waiting Japan and Korea. Not named superstorm yet, forecasted models expects during early next week, with stronger winds such as extremely strong Maysak (4. category of Atlantic hurricane scale equivalent, but 5. category = supertyphoon according to East Asian meteorological ...
  • Japan hits next tropical storm from southeast after typhoon Maysak (Atlantic Cat 4 equivalent, Wednesday) ...

    Further strengthening is expected and Typhoon Maysak is forecast to reach peak intensity on Monday with winds of about 220km/h (140 mph) with significantly higher gusts. This would make it equivalent to a Category 4 Atlantic hurricane on the Saffir-Simpson scale. The system will then cross the Ryukyu Islands with the ...
  • The worst scenario for typhoon Bavi: Supertyphoon with 216 km/h (134 mph) winds (confirmed the ...

    According to Korean Meteorological Institute, Bavi could bring more than 200 kilometers per hour of wind in the worst-case scenario /http://www.koreaherald.com/view.php?ud=20200824000753/. There is a possibility, although deemed low, for Bavi to develop into a “super strong” typhoon, the highest classification on the KMA’s five-level scale introduced in May. A typhoon with ...