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CHECK OUT THESE INCREDIBLE PHOTOS FROM THE ISS OF EARTH’S STRONGEST STORM IN 2017

CHECK OUT THESE INCREDIBLE PHOTOS FROM THE ISS OF EARTH’S STRONGEST STORM IN 2017 A monster typhoon has been swirling in the Northwest Pacific Ocean for over a week. On Sunday, it became the strongest storm on Earth so far this year, with 160-mph winds. It seems inevitable, given the projections, that this storm will track over Japan’s southern prefectures of Okinawa and Kagoshima as a very strong typhoon. On Wednesday morning, the Joint Typhoon Warning Center predicted it would be near northern Okinawa on Saturday evening, Eastern Time, as the equivalent of a Category 3 hurricane.   More



(Source: Washington Post - Aug 4)

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