Typhoon Lekima made landfall in China, on Saturday around 1 a.m. local time near Shitangzhen, in the province of Zhejiang, with strong winds and heavy rainfall.
At landfall, Lekima had windspeeds equivalent to a category 3 Atlantic hurricane, but is expected to weaken as it moves inland.
While Lekima is expected to weaken in the coming days, Typhoon Krosa is strengthening as it moves west through the Pacific Ocean, and is a potential threat to Japan next week.
EigenPrism users can access this Quick Link to see the hurricane-force wind probabilities for the next 120 hours.
The Typhoon Lekima forecast wind swath can be accessed using this Quick Link.
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