After making 5 landfalls in the Philippines and leaving more than 110 people dead and at least 33 missing, Tropical Cyclone “Nalgae” is moving north-westwards over the South China Sea, towards the southern coast of China on November 2, 2022.
The death toll caused by Tropical Storm “Nalgae” — known as Paeng in the Philippines — rose to 110 on November 1, 2022. 33 people still remain missing.
Severe Tropical Storm “Nalgae” — known as Paeng in the Philippines — made four landfills in the Philipines by 09:00 UTC on October 29, 2022, leaving more than 70 people dead.
Tropical Storm “Nalgae” — known as Paeng in the Philippines — formed on October 27, 2022, in the Philippine Sea as the 22nd named storm of the 2022 Pacific typhoon season. The storm is already blamed for the deaths of at least 13 people in the Philippines.
The number of fatalities after the passage of Super Typhoon “Noru” over the Philippines on September 25, 2022, rose to 8 on September 27. The typhoon is now approaching central Vietnam, with landfall expected near Da Nang, Vietnam early September 28 (UTC).
Typhoon “Noru” – known as Karding in the Philippines – intensified into a super typhoon at 00:00 UTC on September 25, 2022, prompting PAGASA to raise Signal number 5 for the first time ever since Typhoon “Goni” (Rolly) in 2020. Noru made landfall in Burdeos, Polillo Islands, Quezon Province at 09:30 UTC on September 25 (17:30 LT).
Tropical Storm “Noru” – known as Karding in the Philippines – formed east of the Philippines on September 22 as the 16th named storm of the 2022 Pacific typhoon season. The storm is moving WSW at 25 km/h (15 mph) and is expected to make landfall along the east coast of Aurora or the northern portion of Quezon, Luzon on September 25.
Tropical Storm “Talas” formed on September 23, 2022, as the 15th named storm of the 2022 Pacific typhoon season. The storm brought heavy rains and strong winds across central Japan, leaving 2 people dead and tens of thousands without power.
Remnants of Typhoon “Merbok” slammed into western Alaska, U.S. on September 16 and 17, 2022, bringing significant storm surge and high winds to the region. This was the worst September storm to hit Alaska since the 1970s.
Typhoon “Nanmadol” made landfall in Kyushu, Japan on September 18, 2022, with maximum sustained winds of 175 km/h (110 mph) and a central pressure of 935 hPa – making it the 4th strongest typhoon on record to make landfall in Japan. Historical records there date back to 1951.