Typhoon Bolaven Appears to be Heading West

Korea’s bracing for what might be.

In Okinawa, Typhoon Bolaven tore through the country with no regard for the citizens.  From CNN, they report:

Typhoon Bolaven, with wind gusts that reached as high as 259 kilometers per hour (161 mph), is the strongest to strike the region in nearly 50 years. And with a cloud field of 2,000 kilometers (1,250 miles), it is 20 times larger than Okinawa’s length.

An Emergency Warning by the Department of State was also issued for all US citizens here.  In sum, they warned it could be extremely severe and from the reports in Okinawa, their reports are proving possibly to be very accurate.  They did warn that it would happen yesterday, but it appears it will be more likely here today, Tuesday, August 28, 2012.  

After waking up tomorrow, I may have an update.  However, looking at at a website that shows us real time images of the storm, it appears it will be moving up the west coast.

Hopefully, I won’t have anything too severe to report.

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