China: Typhoon Pakhar makes landfall days after Typhoon Hato hit Guangdong province
Pakhar, the 14th typhoon of 2017, on Sunday landed in the Chinese city Taishan in Guangdong province, bringing gales of up to 33 meters per second
Beijing: Pakhar, the 14th typhoon of 2017, on Sunday landed in the Chinese city Taishan in Guangdong province, bringing gales of up to 33 meters per second.
Pakhar hit the province soon after Typhoon Hato, which landed on Wednesday in Zhuhai, about 80 km from Taishan, Xinhua reported.
The meteorological centre said the city would see rainstorms and fierce winds on Sunday.
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China's National Meteorological Centre (NMC) said Pakhar would move northwestward, entering Guangxi Zhuang region on Sunday evening while losing strength.
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