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Saturday, July 17, 2010

Strom ,....Storm Conson

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China braces for tropical storm
Typhoon Conson hit the Philippines earlier this week, killing over 30 people [AFP]
Southern China is awaiting the arrival of Tropical , Storm Conson the recently downgraded typhoon that caused widespread damage earlier this week in the Philippines.
The storm is still considered by forecasters to be strong enough to wreak serious damage.
Swollen rivers and landslides have already killed 135 people since the start of July, and dozens more are missing.
With the country on alert for its worst floods in years, the arrival of Conson which killed at least 37 people in the Philippines is sure to add to the misery.
Conson was due to hit land late on Friday, according to the Tropical Storm Risk website.
First landfall is expected in Hainan, an island province off southeastern China
where 24,000 fishing boats have been called back to port in preparation.
An orange alert for wave surges up to six metres high was issued for the South China Sea.
Storm season
Typhoons and tropical storms regularly hit the Philippines, China, Taiwan and Japan in the second half of the year, gathering strength from the warm waters of the Pacific Ocean or South China Sea before normally weakening over land.
Local governments in Japan recommended on Thursday that some 300,000 people be evacuated from their homes while more than 8,000 people on the Philippines' main island of Luzon have been moved to temporary shelters.
The rains that have been lashing other parts of China showed little sign of easing, and both damage and danger continued to mount.
In eastern Jiangxi province alone, 12 reservoirs have overflowed after days of torrential rain, causing flash floods and prompting evacuation of more than 70,000 people, the official Xinhua agency said.
Some 35.5 million people across southern China have been affected by the downpours, and over 1.2 million have been relocated.

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