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‘Strong’ Hurricane Muifa to hit China: 8 Updates

Typhoon Muifa intensified into a strong typhoon and is expected to move through the East China Sea, making landfall in coastal areas of China’s Zhejiang province on Wednesday, the country’s national weather forecaster warned.

Here are 8 updates on Typhoon Muifa:

1. Typhoon Muifa made landfall near the southern islands of Japan on September 11.

2, Japan’s remote Ishigaki Island, part of the Yayami chain at the southwest end of the Okinawa Group, was affected by Typhoon Muifa.

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3. Japan’s Meteorological Agency said Typhoon Muifa is expected to maintain its strength and hit Ishigaki Island near Taiwan.

4. Then Typhoon Muifa will move northwards towards Shanghai and its surrounding areas, the agency said.

5. China’s Meteorological Agency issued an “orange” warning – its second most severe warning – and said the center of Muifa was about 490 km (304.5 mi) southeast of Jiangshan city in Zhejiang province.

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6. This will be China’s twelfth storm this year.

7. Chinese media reported the possibility of large waves in the southern part of the East China Sea, Reuters said.

8. China’s Meteorological Agency also predicted dangerous sea conditions in the Zhejiang and Fujian coastal waters.

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