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Cross over: Typhoon Megi's current movement

10-23-2010 13:33 BJT

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Now for more on Typhoon Megi in southern China and the weather in the rest of the country, here's Darryl Snow at the China Meteorological Bureau. Hello Darryl.

Q1: Where is Typhoon Megi now, and how's its movement at the moment? How many regions it will affect? We know that the super Typhoon Megi has already made its landfall, Fujian Province. Can you give us any information about Megi's movement at the moment, and in the days to come?

Q2: Earlier forecasts said that Megi would make its landfall in Hainan, which changed to Guangdong, and then Fujian Province. How come Megi's route repeatedly changed?

Q3: Many parts of China are seeing the most powerful cold spell of the season, bringing sleet, snow or frost. Can you give us more details about that?

Thanks, Darryl. That's Darryl Snow at the China Meteorological Bureau.

 

 

Typhoon Megi makes landfall in China

Megi was located at 50 kilometers south of Zhangpu, in east China's Fujian Province, and its central wind force reached 40 meters per second. <Full story>

 

 

 

Fujian braces for Typhoon Megi

Typhoon Megi is expected to deliver strong winds and heavy rainfall, when it strikes the coast of Fujian province. <Full story>

Editor:Zhang Pengfei |Source: CNTV.CN

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