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MAYSAK Morphs into Super Typhoon

Posted by feww on March 31, 2015

Super Typhoon MAYSAK to make landfall over central or southern Luzon

The Category 5-equivalent Super Typhoon “MAYSAK” is expected to make landfall over central or southern Luzon by Sunday afternoon, reported the Philippine Atmospheric, Geophysical and Astronomical Services Administration (PAGASA).

MAYSAK is currently packing packing sustained winds of about 260 km/h with gusts of more than 315 km/h at its center.

The first super typhoon of the northwest Pacific’s season is forecast to reach maximum strength Wednesday afternoon, peaking at sustained winds of about 290 km/h, with gusts of near 355-km/h, as it exits Yap State and heads toward northern Luzon island, according to JTWC and other models.

 

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