Articles tagged "south china sea"


Typhoon Haiyan to make landfall in Vietnam, new tropical threat for Philippines

After claiming more than 1 200 lives in Philippines, Haiyan is about to make landfall in Vietnam as a strong typhoon system. A wide spread area of Vietnam will likely see typhoon strength winds, heavy rainfall and the threat of storm surge. Landfall is

November 09, 2013


Typhoon Nari aims Vietnam after crossing Philippines

Typhoon Nari (Santi) crossed the island of Luzon, Philippines and is now spinning in South China Sea on its track to Vietnam where it is expected to make landfall early next week. Typhoon Nari has made landfall just south of Baler near Dingalan in Luzon,

October 11, 2013


Tropical Storm Rumbia (Gorio) to make landfall in Philippines

Tropical depression that formed east of Philippines on June 27, 2013 became Tropical Storm 06W and was named Rumbia. The Philippine Atmospheric, Geophysical and Astronomical Services Administration (PAGASA) has given the tropical depression the name

June 28, 2013


Tropical Storm Bebinca weakens into depression in Gulf of Tonkin

Bebinca made its first landfalls as a tropical storm on the eastern part of Hainan Island in the South China Sea on June 22, 2013. The storm system weakened to a depression due the land interaction, but it's expected to move further to the west-northwest

June 22, 2013


Tropical depression forms east of southern Philippines

Tropical Depression 23 (T.D. 23W) has formed east of southern Philippines as of Monday, and the tropical weather system is set to track across the island nation with heavy rain and gusty winds during the next few days.Torrential rainfall, flooding and landslides will

October 11, 2011


Typhoon Nalgae (22W) approaching the Philippines

Typhoon Nalgae, known in the Philippines as Quiel, was approaching the archipelago on September 30, 2011 when the Moderate Resolution Imaging Spectroradiometer (MODIS) aboard the Terra satellite passed over the region and captured this true-color image.Residents

October 02, 2011