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Tel interview: Preparations for typhoon Megi

10-21-2010 18:51 BJT

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China's southern provinces of Guangdong and Fujian are bracing for heavy rains and strong winds generated by Typhoon Megi.

The storm will also have big effect on nearby Hainan Province, although it won't land there. Let's now get an update on the island's weather from our correspondent Qu Shang, who's on the line in Haikou.

Q1: Hi Qu Shang Can you update us on the current weather there, as well as what preparations the local governments and residents are making for this super typhoon?



China prepares for Megi's arrival

Super Typhoon Megi is forecast to arrive in southern China this weekend. The Central Meteorological Observatory has issued an early warning. <Full story>

Editor:Zhang Pengfei |Source: CNTV.CN

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