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Typhoon Mangkhut Path Map - September 17, 2018

Typhoon Mangkhut Path Map - September 17, 2018
Description :Map depicting Typhoon Mangkhut path which slammed southern China and Hong Kong.  Disclaimer

Typhoon Mangkhut Stats
Stats on 8 PM CST Sun Sep 16 2018
Position 22.1 N 111.8 E
Winds Maximum Winds 81 mph Gusts 98 mph
Movement WNW at 17 mph
   
 
Mangkhut Causes Destruction in China, Hong Kong, Philippines
September 17, 2018
Hong Kong has suffered major destruction as Mangkhut reached China. The fierce winds have downed trees, tore off roofs and caused a few cranes to climb up half-built skyscrapers. In China, there are reports of as many as 29,611sites of construction and tourism being shut down. More than 18,000 emergency shelters are now activated. The speed of wind was recorded to be 107 mph, even higher than that recorded of Hurricane Florence.

In the Philippines, about 64 people are reported to be dead. Many of the deaths are believed to be caused by landslides. According to the government officials, many are still believed to be buried due to the deluge.
 
Super Typhoon Mangkhut Hits Philippines
September 15, 2018
On early hours of Saturday, a super Typhoon Mangkhut has struck the Philippines. Heavy rains and ferocious winds are occurring in the region. According to the agencies, millions of lives are at risk due to landslides and flood waters. Mangkhat has been recorded to have the wind speed of 165 mph, which is even more than that of Hurricane Florence that struck North Carolina.
 
Typhoon Mangkhut Track Statistics
Date Time Lat Lon Wind Pressure Storm Type Category
7-Sep 00:00 GMT 12.3° 168.0° 25 mph -- in Tropical Depression -
7-Sep 06:00 GMT 12.4° 166.7° 30 mph -- in Tropical Depression -
7-Sep 12:00 GMT 12.8° 165.5° 35 mph -- in Tropical Depression -
7-Sep 18:00 GMT 13.0° 163.9° 40 mph -- in Tropical Storm -
8-Sep 00:00 GMT 13.6° 162.3° 40 mph -- in Tropical Storm -
8-Sep 06:00 GMT 14.3° 160.8° 45 mph -- in Tropical Storm -
8-Sep 12:00 GMT 14.8° 159.1° 50 mph -- in Tropical Storm -
8-Sep 18:00 GMT 14.9° 157.0° 65 mph -- in Tropical Storm -
9-Sep 00:00 GMT 15.1° 154.9° 75 mph -- in Typhoon 1
9-Sep 06:00 GMT 15.3° 152.9° 80 mph -- in Typhoon 1
9-Sep 12:00 GMT 15.1° 150.9° 85 mph -- in Typhoon 1
9-Sep 18:00 GMT 14.7° 149.1° 90 mph -- in Typhoon 1
10-Sep 00:00 GMT 14.5° 147.4° 90 mph -- in Typhoon 1
10-Sep 06:00 GMT 14.3° 145.7° 105 mph -- in Typhoon 2
10-Sep 12:00 GMT 14.1° 144.2° 115 mph -- in Typhoon 3
10-Sep 18:00 GMT 14.0° 142.6° 125 mph -- in Typhoon 3
11-Sep 00:00 GMT 14.0° 141.2° 140 mph -- in Typhoon 4
11-Sep 06:00 GMT 14.0° 139.7° 155 mph -- in Super Typhoon 4
11-Sep 12:00 GMT 13.7° 138.6° 160 mph -- in Super Typhoon 5
11-Sep 18:00 GMT 13.9° 137.3° 160 mph -- in Super Typhoon 5
12-Sep 00:00 GMT 13.9° 136.2° 160 mph -- in Super Typhoon 5
12-Sep 06:00 GMT 14.0° 135.2° 175 mph -- in Super Typhoon 5
12-Sep 12:00 GMT 14.2° 134.0° 175 mph -- in Super Typhoon 5
12-Sep 18:00 GMT 14.3° 132.5° 180 mph -- in Super Typhoon 5
13-Sep 00:00 GMT 14.5° 131.2° 165 mph -- in Super Typhoon 5
13-Sep 06:00 GMT 14.7° 130.1° 165 mph -- in Super Typhoon 5
13-Sep 12:00 GMT 15.0° 129.0° 165 mph -- in Super Typhoon 5
13-Sep 18:00 GMT 15.2° 127.9° 175 mph -- in Super Typhoon 5
14-Sep 00:00 GMT 15.9° 126.9° 175 mph -- in Super Typhoon 5
14-Sep 06:00 GMT 16.8° 125.6° 165 mph -- in Super Typhoon 5
14-Sep 12:00 GMT 17.4° 124.1° 165 mph -- in Super Typhoon 5
14-Sep 18:00 GMT 18.0° 122.3° 165 mph -- in Super Typhoon 5
15-Sep 00:00 GMT 18.1° 120.6° 130 mph -- in Typhoon 4
15-Sep 06:00 GMT 18.5° 119.7° 120 mph -- in Typhoon 3
15-Sep 12:00 GMT 19.2° 118.4° 120 mph -- in Typhoon 3
15-Sep 18:00 GMT 19.8° 116.9° 105 mph -- in Typhoon 2
16-Sep 00:00 GMT 20.7° 115.2° 100 mph -- in Typhoon 2
16-Sep 06:00 GMT 21.6° 113.6° 90 mph -- in Typhoon 1
16-Sep 12:00 GMT 22.1° 111.8° 80 mph -- in Typhoon 1


Typhoon Mangkhut Track Map

Typhoon Mangkhut Path Map

Map depicting Typhoon Mangkhut path which slammed into the Philippines and moving west into South China Sea toward southern China and Hong Kong.