Typhoon Goni makes landfall in the Philippines

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The world’s strongest storm of 2020 has made landfall in the Philippines, bringing “catastrophic” violent winds, intense rains, and fears of storm surges as it moves towards the capital Manila.

Typhoon Goni had sustained winds of up to 225 kilometers per hour and gusts of up to 310km/h on Sunday morning.

The storm, called Typhoon Rolly in the Philippines, was equivalent to a category five cyclone when it first made landfall in Catanduanes and Albay in the Bicol region.


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