Super Typhoon Surigae explosively intensified on Saturday, bringing the storm to contain winds of 180mph and a pressure of 900mb, making it the strongest storm of the year so far, and the strongest typhoon to ever occur in the month of April in the Western Pacific. Surigae should miss a direct landfall in the Phillipines, but strong impacts can be expected due to the strength and size of the storm, especially near the islands of Bikol and Samar.


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  1. Surigae peaked with winds of 160kts, gusts up to 200kts and pressure dropped to 888mbar by JTWC estimates.

  2. It’s already 895 mb.Holy cow!Btw u misspelled Bicol

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