Typhoon SOULIK/07W at the northern limits …

The strong Tropical Storm (TS) SOULIK/07W has again strengthened and is now a Typhoon Cat.1. This system is moving west at the northern limits of the zone that could become dangerous for the Philippines.

Weather 2013-07-09 Typhoon SOULIK / 07W

The danger zone is marked red on our new weather page. The animated 24 hours movie shows that typhoon SOULIK / 07W is moving exactly on the northern boundary of this zone.

Typhoon SOULIK / 07W is expected to maintain its west-northwest track throughout the forecast period. On the forecast track, the core of SOULIK / 07W will enter the northeastern border of the Philippine Area of Responsibility (PAR) on Wednesday. It then should be a Typhoon Cat.2.

By Thursday the storm should become severe Typhoon as it nears Category 3 status.
On Friday typhoon SOULIK / 07W will Approach the Yaeyama and Ishigakijima Islands with wind speeds of about 195 km/h.

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