Tropical Storm Nuri Made Landfall in Southern China
Tropical Storm Nuri made landfall in Guangdong Province, Southern China on June 14 at 00:50 UTC. Prior to this, the storm also made landfall in Polillo Island and in Infanta, Philippines on June 11 and was named Butchoy. Nuri developed as a low-pressure system in the Philippines Sea and two days later intensified into a tropical storm in the South China Sea, with winds at 45 mph.
South China’s Guangdong Province’s meteorological service said Nuri landed as a tropical storm, packing winds of 82.8km/h (51.4 mph) near its center. Flooding due to excessive rain is forecasted as the storm moves inland.
Tropical Storm Nuri heading towards Southern China.
Assessing the impact
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- Tropical-storm-force wind probabilities – as of 06-15-2020
- 5-day Forecast Max Winds: as of 06-15-2020
- Depression Nuri forecast Wind Swath: Advisory 4 as of 06-15-2020
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