Typhoon changes path, heads north

HEAVY RAIN:People in the north and northeast have been advised to prepare for heavy to extremely heavy rainfall as Talim’s 200km radius passes over the nation

Taipei Times
Date: Sep 13, 2017
By: Shelley Shan / Staff reporter

People have been advised to brace for Typhoon Talim today as it approaches the

Farmers in Yilan County’s Sansing Township yesterday hurriedly harvest scallions ahead of Typhoon Talim, which is forecast to hit Taiwan today.
Photo: Chang I-chen, Taipei Times

eastern and northern coasts of Taiwan, the Central Weather Bureau said yesterday.

The bureau did not issue a sea alert until 2:30pm yesterday as it adjusted the typhoon’s projected path.

The bureau had forecast Talim’s eye would make landfall in the northeast, but yesterday revised its prediction, saying that the typhoon would only move through the waters near the north coast before heading toward Japan.

As of 8:30pm yesterday, Talim’s center was 680km southeast of Taipei, moving northwest at 16kph with a storm radius of 200km.    [FULL  STORY]

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