Typhoon No. 20 “Aishani” passes through the northern tip of the Philippines
The National Meteorological Administration of the Philippines announced at 8 o’clock on November 6 that this year’s No. 20 Typhoon “Esani” had passed through the Batanes Islands at the northern tip of the Philippines at 7:50 in the morning and continued to drift northwest. Go west. At present, “Aishani” still maintains the intensity of the severe tropical storm. “Aishani” is expected to weaken significantly after entering the South China Sea.
It is reported that “Aishani” will bring storm surges of about 2 meters and large waves of up to 8 meters to the waters near the Batanes Islands. However, since it did not make landfall on the main island of the Philippines, the typhoon had less substantial impact on the Philippines.
At present, the continuous wind near the center of “Aishani” is 95 kilometers per hour, and the instantaneous wind reaches 115 kilometers per hour. It is moving westward at a speed of 20 kilometers per hour.
In addition, another tropical disturbance is active in the ocean 1200 kilometers east of the Philippines, which is expected to intensify into a tropical depression within 48 hours.