World Taiwan battens down for Typhoon Talim, mainland China on alert for twin storms

12:21  13 september  2017
12:21  13 september  2017 Source:   Reuters

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* Talim could make landfall in Zhejiang on mainland on Thursday. * Tropical Storm Maring expected to become strong typhoon . Taiwan -bound ' Talim ' could become super typhoon , China says.

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Sandbags are prepared ahead of Typhoon Talim in a landmark building Taipei 101 in Taipei© REUTERS/Tyrone Siu Sandbags are prepared ahead of Typhoon Talim in a landmark building Taipei 101 in Taipei

Taiwan issued a warning to ships and airlines canceled some flights on Wednesday as the island braced for Typhoon Talim, which was expected to hit cities including the capital Taipei, before hurtling towards China potentially as a super typhoon.

Talim was expected to gain in strength as it sweeps towards Taiwan's northern cities, lashing them with strong wind and heavy rain, the Central Weather Bureau said.

The brunt of the storm would be felt later on Wednesday and on Thursday, when it was expected to slam into the north and northeast with maximum sustained wind speeds of 137 km per hour (85 mph) and gusts of up to 173 km per hour (107 mph), according to the bureau's website.

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Taiwan issued a maritime warning and airlines cancelled some flights as the island braced for Typhoon Talim , which was expected to hit cities including the capital Taipei, before hurtling towards China potentially as a super typhoon .

"Typhoon Talim has been changing its course and is not entirely predictable. It's been expected to hit Taiwan directly, but its trajectory has altered further northward and eastward," said Taiwan's Premier William Lai.

"But at this point our emergency operation center has not lowered its level of alert," the premier added.

It had not yet been determined whether the Taiwan government would close financial markets, companies or schools on Thursday. An announcement would be made later on Wednesday if closures were considered necessary.

China Airlines and EVA Airways, Taiwan's two largest carriers, said they would cancel some inbound and outbound international flights scheduled for later on Wednesday. A warning for sea traffic was also issued by the Central Weather Bureau.

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Formosa Petrochemical Corp, Taiwan's second-biggest oil supplier, said it had prepared to close its supply port if necessary, although it was waiting for a government directive.

Typhoons are a seasonal routine for Taiwan, but the island has enhanced its preparations and been on guard against the potential for severe and deadly storms since Typhoon Morakat devastated the island in 2009.

Morakat was the deadliest typhoon to hit the island in recorded history, killing close to 700 people, most of them in landslides.

MAINLAND ON ALERT

As early as Thursday night, Talim could make landfall along the northern coast of Zhejiang province on the Chinese mainland as a strong typhoon, packing gusts of up to 48 meters per second (173 kph), China Meteorological Administration said in a statement on Wednesday.

The agency maintained an orange warning on Wednesday - the second-highest in a four-tier color-coded system for severe weather.

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China 's National Meteorological Centre warned on Tuesday that Talim could intensify and turn into a super typhoon as it churned towards Taiwan and Zhejiang and Fujian provinces on the Chinese mainland . As many as half a million people may need to be evacuated if the storm intensifies

Throughout Wednesday and Thursday, strong winds and rain are expected to buffet the coastal areas of Zhejiang and Fujian as well as the East China Sea and Taiwan Strait, the mainland's weather agency said.

Talim could strengthen into a super typhoon with winds of 52 meters per second (187 kph) in the late afternoon on Thursday just before making landfall in Zhejiang.

Zhejiang authorities have told fishing vessels to seek shelter by Wednesday. A fishing ban will be in place until Friday.

The railway bureau in Shanghai, north of Zhejiang, said it had stopped selling tickets for hundreds of trains over the next few days.

The storm is expected to turn northeast towards Japan on Friday, while another heads toward southern China and Vietnam.

Tropical Storm Doksuri is expected to steadily intensify and become a strong typhoon and brush past the southern coast of Hainan province in the evening on Thursday or early Friday.

In face of incoming twin typhoons, provinces in their way have been on high alert for heavy rainfall, storm surges, flash floods and landslides.

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China 's National Meteorological Center warned on Tuesday that Talim could intensify and turn into a super typhoon as it churned towards Taiwan and Zhejiang and Fujian provinces on the Chinese mainland . As many as half a million people may need to be evacuated if the storm intensifies

China `s National Meteorological Centre warned on Tuesday that Talim could intensify and turn into a super typhoon as it churned towards Taiwan and Zhejiang and Fujian provinces on the Chinese mainland . As many as half a million people may need to be evacuated if the storm intensifies

As many as half a million people may need to be evacuated if the storm intensifies, according to Chinese media reports.

Fujian said more than 20,000 people had been evacuated by 7 a.m. local time (2300 GMT) on Wednesday. Provincial authorities have also shut some coastal scenic spots and suspended thousands of ships and ferries.

The Fujian meteorological agency said it would maintain its yellow alert for Talim, the second-lowest in the four-tier warning system.

Hainan has suspended all trains in and out of the island province over the next few days. Ships and offshore workers have been told to seek shelter.

Cathay Pacific Airways said on Wednesday that flights to and from Sanya, the southernmost city on Hainan island, may be affected on Friday.

Doksuri, known as Maring in the Philippines, had dumped heavy rain on the Philippine capital of Manila and nearby provinces earlier this week, causing widespread flooding and landslides.

(Additional reporting by Cheng Fang in BEIJING; Editing by Jacqueline Wong and Kim Coghill)


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A powerful typhoon ripped through the Japanese archipelago on Monday, leaving two people dead and three others missing, officials and news reports said. Typhoon Talim made landfall Sunday in Kyushu, the southernmost of Japan's four main islands, packing winds of up to 162 kilometres (105 miles) per hour, the Japan Meteorological Agency said.The storm, moving northeast along the country, reached the nation's northern island of Hokkaido by Monday morning, dumping torrential rain and paralysing domestic transportation on its way.

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