By: Wan Shu-fen and Lee Mei-Yu
Taipei, Sept. 25 (CNA) Taiwan’s Central Weather Bureau (CWB) announced Friday night
that Tropical Storm Dujuan has picked up strength to become a typhoon and that the bureau would likely issue a sea warning on Sunday.
As of Friday, Dujuan was located 1,100km east-southeast of Hualien, moving at a speed of 13 kilometers per hour in a north westerly direction, according to the bureau.
The maximum sustained winds reached 33 meters per second.
The CWB said it will issue a sea warning if Dujuan maintains its current path. Meanwhile, the bureau did not rule out the possibility of issuing a land warning. [FULL STORY]