Monday, October 18, 2010


Super Typhoon MEGI has made landfall at Dililacan and Divilacan Bay area at around 11 a.m. IST on Monday.

This Typhoon, with wind speeds of 145/155 knots at landfall, working out to around 270 kmph !!

Ashokbhai informs, With a core pressure at 885 mb, it has become the strongest Typhoon, or any system, to make landfall.
The previous record was in 1935, when a Labour Day Atlantic hurricane struck with pressure at 892 mb.in the U.S. No naming of hurricanes was done then.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

what about typhoon tip ?

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