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Between Hagibis and Mitag
During the last few days (November 20 thru 27, 2007) we felt like Ulysses between Scylla and Charybdis.
Two depressions came over the Pacific (what a name!). First there was a tropical depression, Hagibis, called “Lando” in the Philippines. It passed north of Mindanao, between Negros and Panay. It was only classified as a Tropical Storm.
Then came Mitag, called “Mina” in the Philippines. Still over the waters it already got the label Typhoon. Both closed in on the Philippines.
Boracay exposed to returning Hagibis 2007/11/27
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