This year’s No.30 typhoon Haiyan has landed on Philippines. It is forecasted to move west by north at the speed of 35-40 km per hour and will enter into southeastern South China Sea in the morning of November 9. Haiyan will bring gale and rainstorm for most parts of South China Sea and coastal areas of South China.
Based on this condition, China Meteorological Administration launched level III emergency response to tackle Haiyan. The relevant departments and sectors of CMA have entered into level III emergency response state. Meanwhile, Hainan, Guangxi and Guangdong meteorological bureaus have entered into the emergency response state according to actual condition. (Nov.8)
Editor: Hao Jing