Monday, October 19, 2009

Asia Region Hit by Typhoon Lupit

Hit Typhoon LupitTyphoon lupit will remain powered in category 4, while moving toward the north Luzon. Lupit estimated as the third largest hurricane strength that hit the Philippines in this year. Although the typhoon is estimated not to move into tomorrow land area, the residents in the Luzon area is recommended to stay alert because the storm was likely to enter the mainland area on Wednesday night or Thursday morning.

Low air pressure system is feared will lead to widespread rain in northern Honshu and Hokkaido in Japan and southern Russia. Cold air is estimated to leave the Yellow Sea, Korean Peninsula, and the Sea of Japan. The condition raises the humidity of air at high temperatures on the Korean Peninsula and the western part of Japan. While the dry weather conditions is estimated to hit most areas of Australia tomorrow.

1 comment:

  1. Oh please let the rain go away this time. Filipinos need a break. Still so many cleaning up to do after Ondoy. News says we are now seeing the effects of climate change - extreme rain, floods in wide scale proportion, a foreseen earthquake - sounds like doomsday is coming. But hey, I'm just stating a fact. Some people still chose to believe that this is just bad science. But its happening not only in the Philippines but around the world. Global warming is affecting the whole world. So what can we do?... Maybe we could start caring for our community and be sensitive. Its success is built upon the action of every individual, regardless of nationality, to conserve energy and live in a greener, cleaner community. Property Management Chicago


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