Typhoon Maria path update: Storm tracking towards Taiwan – class suspension tomorrow

Sunday, July 8, 2018
By Paul Martin

TYPHOON Maria has strengthed slightly as fierce winds forced the suspension of dozens of schools tomorrow. Here is the latest Typhoon Maria path.

Sun, Jul 8, 2018

Typhoon Maria slightly strengthened and accelerated outside the Philippine Area of Responsibility (PAR) on Sunday afternoon.

The storm will be given the local name Gardo once it enters the the Philippine Area of Responsibility on Monday, July 9.

Typhoon Maris is not expected to hit land on its latest trajectory, but it’ll enhance the southwest monsoon.

In a bulletin issued 4 pm on Sunday,state weather bureau PAGASA said Maria now has maximum winds of 190 kilometers per hour (km/h) from the previous 185 km/h .

While Maria’s gustiness was measured at levels of up to 235 km/h from the previous 225 km/h.

The typhoon is already 1,625 kilometers east of Northern Luzon, moving northwest at a faster 23 km/h from the previous 15 km/h.

Accuweather warned: “Residents and visitors in Maria’s path should now make necessary preparations and heed any evacuation orders.

“Lives and property will be threatened when Maria plows through Japan’s Ryukyu Islands on Tuesday (local time) before tracking past Taiwan and making landfall in eastern China on Wednesday.”

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