Tropical storm Surigae turned into a terrible typhoon and hit Palau

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In the equatorial zone of the Pacific Ocean, the second tropical storm this year, named SURIGAE, formed from a tropical depression.
In the next 3 days, the eddy continued to move towards the Palau Islands, where it then intensified to the typhoon stage and hit the land with a downpour, strong, stormy winds and high waves.
Now the typhoon has a maximum wind speed of about 20 m / s and continues to gain strength, moving northwest, towards the Philippines, at a speed of about 12 km / h.

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