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According to weather stations, the tropical storm Kai-Tak (KAI-TAK) is moving to the Philippines, but within a few days the storm will cross the Philippines and enter the The South China Sea, moving away from Sanya, Hainan Island, China, but will cause periodic rains over the island cities from December 19, 2017 with wind up to 75 kilometers per hour, satellite imagery and the typhoon's trajectory for more details, see our video on Youtube:
The tropical depression that formed in the South China Sea after the tropical storm KUROGI will cause periodic rains in Sanya, Hainan, China, satellite imagery and the typhoon trajectory. For more details, see our video on Youtube:
According to meteorological stations, the typhoon of KIROGI is moving to Vietnam, away from Sanya, Hainan Island, China, but will cause periodic rains over the island's cities within the next few days until November 20, 2017 with wind up to 75 kilometers per hour, now the typhoon turned south and moves away from the island of Hainan to Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam and is located 900 kilometers southeast of Sanya City, satellite imagery and typhoon trajectory for more details, see our video on Youtube:
According to meteorological stations, the typhoon KIROGI reached Vietnam, now it is far from the city of Sanya, the island of Hainan, China is 500 kilometers away, but the low pressure area caused by the tropical storm will cause periodic rains over the cities of Hainan Island within the next days until November 21 2017, satellite imagery and typhoon trajectory, see in our Youtube video for more details:
According to meteorological stations, the typhoon HAIKUI is moving to Vietnam, away from Sanya, Hainan Island, China, but will cause periodic rains over the cities of the island within the next few days until November 13, 2017 with wind up to 75 kilometers per hour, now the typhoon turned 150 kilometers to the south and moves towards the island of Hainan and is located 650 kilometers southeast of the city of Sanya, satellite imagery and the typhoon's trajectory for more details, see our video on Youtube:
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