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Typhoon Muifa coming to Jiaodong peninusula of Shandong province [Copy link] 中文

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Full force of Typhoon Muifa to hit Shandong

BEIJING - Typhoon Muifa is likely to make landfall over China's coastal Shandong province next Monday, according to the latest forecast of China's National Marine Environmental Forecasting Center Saturday afternoon.


The center forecasted that Muifa would move northwest at a speed of 15 km per hour.

The center issued a red alert for sea waves on Saturday morning as the  powerful Typhoon Muifa is sweeping across the southeastern part of the East China Sea. The red alert is the highest alert in the four-level high wave warning system.

Waves of 10.5 meters high have been observed in the East China Sea, according to a statement issued by the forecasting center on Saturday morning. The East China Sea will see waves of 6 to 9 meters high from Saturday night to Sunday, waters off Shanghai and Zhe will see waves of 4 to 6 meters high, and waters off su and southern Zhe Province will also see waves of 3 to 5 meters high, according to latest forecast.

The center is continuing its yellow alert for the storm, warning local authorities and the public to take precautions and intensify safety checks on fishing facilities. The yellow alert is the second-lowest alert level in the country's four-level rainstorm alert system.

Updated: 2011-08-06 20:05
(Xinhua)
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It's lucky for us.

The Muifa was passed last night.

No damage was made.
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