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Typhoon season 2022

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  1. #21

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    It has to be the season with the least Typhoons hitting HK


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    Quote Originally Posted by Plutark:
    It has to be the season with the least Typhoons hitting HK
    Still time yet, but it has been very quiet. The fact the Philippines is still on H for Henry in the alphabetical naming for this year shows that. No shortage of rain though!

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    Quote Originally Posted by hullexile:
    Still time yet, but it has been very quiet. The fact the Philippines is still on H for Henry in the alphabetical naming for this year shows that. No shortage of rain though!
    Can you send some rain our side, it's been so dry and polluted the last few weeks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Plutark:
    Can you send some rain our side, it's been so dry and polluted the last few weeks.
    With pleasure, every day here

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    Looks like pretty severe floods in Pohang but appears Korea was much better prepared than when I lived there, no casualties report yet, Ullungdo is getting it now though.


    https://www.koreaherald.com/view.php?ud=20220906000055

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    Exclamation

    Looking at the next , much smaller, typhoon forming and its predicted course and it closely mirrors the last one. Edge reaches coast of Taiwan Sunday, then it just sits there until Wednesday before shooting up to Busan again, bizarre.


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    Another one brewing, no idea of track yet

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    Another one going to avoid Hong Kong. Clearly the typhoons are concerned about being quarantined.

    We are up to signal one so far but heading my way. Another soaking and schools closed.

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    If anything tracking further south. No day off for HK, not even a T1 unless it unexpectedly swings north.


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    Quote Originally Posted by hullexile:
    If anything tracking further south. No day off for HK, not even a T1 unless it unexpectedly swings north.
    sorry are you saying this is so far south of HK that it is off topic

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