Alerte typhon: Mangkhut (GuangDong) - Dimanche 16 Septembre 2018

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Merci pour l'info, je vais à Guangzhou lundi prochain, donc "normalement" juste après le passage du typhon..
 
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Il a l'air plus puissant que celui qui vient de passer par le japon. Fear !
 
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https://www.cnn.com/2018/09/12/asia/super-typhoon-mangkhut-ompong-wxc-intl/index.html

"Multiple Hong Kong airlines, including flag carrier Cathay Pacific, have announced they will waive charges for rebooking or re-routing flights arriving or departing the city during the worst of the storm.
Queenie Lam, a senior scientific officer at the Hong Kong Observatory, told CNN that Mangkhut was "expected to pose a considerable threat to the coast of Guangdong" in southern China and would bring gale force winds to Hong Kong.
She said HKO expects to lift the T8 warning signal as the storm nears the city, the second highest in severity."

https://www.scmp.com/news/china/soc...aces-impact-super-typhoon-mangkhut-approaches

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@Aplob, tu devrais peut etre envisager de reconsiderer ton trip.. Et moi je vais prier pour que mon vol ne soit pas annuler et simplement devier au nord...
 
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Oops ! J’atterris le 20 à Nanning... J’espère qu'ils auront balayé les pistes !
 
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Bon, il dervive un peu au sud, et ne pas passer par le detroit de luzon, donc ca devrait bien l'adoucir avant qu'il ne touche la Chine:

Dimanche aprem:
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https://www.scmp.com/news/hong-kong...nt-super-typhoon-mangkhut-threatens-hong-kong

‘This one is very different’: Super Typhoon Mangkhut threatens Hong Kong, Philippines and Taiwan"
"Too early to predict if ‘strongest storm ever to threaten city’ will be a direct hit, Observatory says, but authorities are taking no chances."
"The China Railway Guangzhou Group announced the suspension of ticket sales for high-speed trains between Guangzhou and Hong Kong, as well as services between Guangzhou and Hangzhou for next Monday and Tuesday. "

Par contre, du coup, les Phillipnes se le prendrait vraiment en pleine tete.. Pour rappel, alors que l'on nous bassine au niveau news avec le cyclone au USA..
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(meme echelle)

Bon courage aux Pinoy/ay..
 
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Suivi en temps reel avec vitesse des vents, precipitation, etc:
https://www.windy.com/?21.033,114.961,6


Projection pour dimanche:


Aussi dispo, nombre de data utile, en dispo sur la trajectoire actuelle, mis a jour avec modele de calcul dispo..

Donc, avec ce que l'on a l'instant, landing dimanche (STAY AT HOME), en longeant le cote a partir de HK, se deplacant vers l'ouest. Par contre si vous etes sur YangJiang, Maoming, etc.. Bon courage..

Pour HK:
Vent dans les 100Km+ en soutenu, 150+ en bourrasque.

Precipitation: 30-75cm prevu sur 24h. Assez positif. Vu le monstre, c'est peu.

Cote mer, HK est relativement bien protege par le delta. Difficile a prevoire.. Entre 0 et 2 m de swell... Creux de 10m au large, 6 a proximite des iles. Donc inondation possible sur les cotes.

More, and confirmations from the observatory:
https://www.channelnewsasia.com/new...trongest-ever-super-typhoon-mangkhut-10717816

With winds that may gust up to 240km/h, Mangkhut is expected to be more powerful than the Super Typhoon Wanda that resulted in heavy casualties in 1962 and the Super Typhoon Hato, which triggered the highest level typhoon warning signal last year.

Philippine authorities have started to evacuate thousands of people from coastal areas as winds bore down on the country's main island.
It will be the strongest of 15 storms to have hit the Philippines this year.


"Its track and wind strength near the centre may change under the influence of the terrain of Luzon, but it is expected to remain in the category of super typhoon after entering the South China Sea," wrote the Hong Kong Observatory on its website.

"Although there are still uncertainties in the subsequent track of Mangkhut and its distance from Hong Kong, Mangkhut’s extensive circulation will bring significantly deteriorating weather to Hong Kong on Sunday with frequent heavy squally showers.
"Seas will be very rough with swells and low-lying areas may be affected by storm surge," it added.


Social media users and radio commentators in Hong Kong said they were stocking up on food and supplies after the observatory warned residents to prepare for the storm, saying it posed a "considerable threat".
Local media reported a price surge on everyday items in Hong Kong as residents began preparing for the worst.
Ms Phoebe Wong, 47, a field sales supervisor at Procter & Gamble said her family has stocked up on some food in preparation of the typhoon.
"We have stocked up on some food but not much as some shops will still be open," Ms Wong told Channel NewsAsia.
"My sister has also placed the tape across her windows to prevent the glass from shattering everywhere if it does break," she added.
Shoppers were stocking up on fruits and vegetables, as well as fish and meat, with many stores selling out their wares earlier than usual, according to the South China Morning Post.
The newspaper also reported residents planning flood barriers such as sandbags, boards and brick walls to protect their homes and shops.
Hong Kong's flag carrier Cathay Pacific said on Wednesday its flight operations "will likely deteriorate, with flight delays and cancellations expected this coming weekend".
"Service resumption will possibly be slow after Typhoon Mangkhut passes through," its website stated. "We strongly request passengers travelling on these dates, and whose bookings were made on cathaypacific.com or our mobile app, to rebook their journey."
Several other Hong Kong-based airlines have announced a waiver for rebooking fees.
 
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