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SOULIK Continues to Gain Mass

Posted by feww on July 11, 2013

Gigantic Typhoon SOULIK growing bigger, slower

Typhoon Stats as of 00:32UTC on July 11, 2013

  • Approximate position: 22.5ºN, 130.6ºE
  • Movement: 280 degrees @ 12 NMPH  (24 km/h)
  • Max. Sustained Winds: 120  NMPH (222 km/h)
  • Max. Wind Gusts: 145 NMPH (270 km/h)

SOULIK 11 july 2013
Tropical Cyclone SOULIK continues moving WNW in Northwest Pacific – IR satellite image with the typhoon’s projected path. Image Credit: CIMSS

soulik- 11 jul
Ty SOULIK  in Northwest Pacific – IR satellite image (NHC Enhancement). Image Credit: CIMSS

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