2007’s Tropical Storm Haiyan (T0716, 27W) – a small, short-living storm that never affect land.
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Haiyan, the bird of prey.
0900 UTC on 7 November 2013 Thousands of villagers fled as the most powerful storm on the planet this year approached the Philippines on Thursday. Super typhoon Haiyan The typhoon had been moving at 21 mph/18 kt in a west-northwest direction for the previous six hours. Maximum sustained winds are 173 mph/150 kt with gusts up to 207 mph/180 kt. According to meteorologists at Wilkens Weather Technologies, Haiyan is expected to remain a super typhoon as it maintains a west-northwest path over the next five days. As Haiyan makes landfall in the Philippines in the next 12-24 hours, it will begin to weaken. Landfall over Vietnam is expected within four days.
Super Typhoon Haiyan (local name Yolanda) continues to pose a serious threat to lives and property as it heads toward the Philippines.
Earlier on Thursday, local time, the winds with this exceptionally dangerous storm increased to 280 kph (nearly 175 mph), tying it with Super Typhoon Lekima for the strongest tropical system in the world for the 2013 season based on wind speed and central pressure.
The strength of Haiyan is equal to that of an extremely powerful Category 5 hurricane in the Atlantic.
With its current track, Haiyan will cross over the Philippines Friday through Friday night with its strength equivalent to a Category 5 or a strong Category 4 hurricane.