Super Typhoon Sanba Hit China

Sources from China’s meteorological authority said the super typhoon Sanba would engulf the Northwest China and bring heavy storms over the coming two days.
Super typhoon Sanba is the 16th typhoon of the year and expected to land on the East China Sea around this noon.

According to the information from the website of China’s National Meteorological Center (NMC), the intensity of Sanba at the central point has reached 16th scale with the central pressure of 930 hPa.

Sanba will move toward northwest China at a speed of around 25 km per hour. The affected areas include Fujian Province, Zhejiang Province and northwest China.

Rainfalls will hit provinces like Heilongjiang Province and Jilin Province over the next two days. The rainfall amount in some regions will be as high as 100 to 120 millimeters per hour.