A typhoon that has killed hundreds of people and left tens of thousands homeless in the southern Philippines has turned back towards the country and will hit it again.
Weather forecasters said Typhoon Bopha will slam into the northern tip of the main island of Luzon on Sunday, packing gusts of up to 160 kilometres per hour, the state weather service said.
The powerful typhoon lashed the country’s south earlier in the week, killing more than 500 people.
Typhoon Bopha has reversed course and aims at the Philippines again, where 500 already lay dead
Philippines declares state of calamity after Typhoon Bopha
WEATHER BULLETIN #21 TROPICAL CYCLONE WARNING: TYPHOON “Pablo” (BOPHA) ISSUED AT 05:00 PM, 08 DECEMBER 2012…
Just found out that a typhoon has never rapidly intensified before in the South China Sea.
Bopha is a first.
Also, the forecast track two days ago had to curving west to China.
This looks like weather mod has been taken to a new level.
Looking at the Oceanic Heat Content, this should not have rapidly intensified.
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