The content (including but not limited to text, photo, multimedia information, etc) published in this site belongs to China Daily Information Co (CDIC). Hagupit moved at a speed close to 30 km/h across the northern part of the South China Sea on 23 September and passed about 180 km south-southwest of Hong Kong from about 10 to 11 p.m. on 23 September. Updated: 2020-08-04 09:18, Online-to-offline brands fair showcases food along the Maritime Silk Road, Europe reels under second wave of COVID-19, China's development targets for 14th Five-Year Plan period. The storm had maximum sustained winds of 130 km/h (80 mph) and gusts to 187 km/h (115 mph), making it a Category 1 hurricane equivalent on the Saffir-Simpson wind scale. Hagupit landed on the coastal areas of Yueqing City, a county-level city under the administration of the city of Wenzhou, at around 3:30 a.m., packing winds of 38 meters per second near its center. The Zhejiang meteorological authority has issued emergency typhoon warnings to towns and cities across the province, which borders Shanghai on the south. Boris Johnson finds time to have a quick trim... before plunging Britain into second... Sir Keir Starmer tells business chiefs Rishi Sunak 'blocked a circuit breaker' when SAGE first recommended... Takeaway pints are BANNED under second lockdown - as landlords blast 'soul-destroying' decision that will... Banning care home visits in second lockdown would violate 'fundamental human rights' of residents and their... From Ocado deliveries to food-bank handouts: Middle-class 'new hungry' are being forced to claim benefits... Romanian couple, 33, used six-year-old boy to help steal a £67,000 gold watch from Harrods by switching it... Man, 61, missing for three years is found lying dead on floor of house surrounded by wine and his medication. In the major Zhejiang manufacturing centre of Wenzhou, authorities reported evacuating 200,000 people to shelters and recalling more than 6,000 fishing boats to port. The embarrassing revelations from the Johnny Depp and Amber Heard trial: From the 'disco bloodbath' to THAT... Manchester Arena manager knew it was a 'prime target' for terrorists but claims bomber 'blended in too well'... Brexit breakthrough? The meteorological center said that the tropical depression was later upgraded to a tropical storm at 10 am after it moved to the Yellow Sea, with wind speeds of up to 18 meters per second. Copyright 1995 - The Zhejiang authorities had relocated 381,375 people by 10pm last night ahead of the typhoon's landfall, reported state-run Xinhua. Typhoon Hagupit crashed into eastern China on Monday night, sending flooding rainfall, strong wind gusts and storm surge into the region before eyeing the Shanghai region.. Hagupit, which quickly developed and strengthened into a severe tropical storm in the Philippine Sea over the weekend, became a typhoon on Monday, local time, with maximum sustained wind speeds of 138 km/h (85 mph). BEIJING -- Hagupit, the fourth typhoon of this year, landed in East China's Zhejiang Province in the wee hours of Tuesday, the National Meteorological Center (NMC) said. //]]> Typhoon "Hagupit" -- the fourth named storm of the 2020 Pacific typhoon season -- made landfall in China's Zhejiang Province at around 19:30 UTC on August 4, 2020. Hagupit, the fourth typhoon of this year, landed at around 3:30am in Leqing, a prefecture-city with just over 1.3million residents. Typhoon Hagupit hit China's eastern coast on Tuesday before weakening and heading north toward the Korean Peninsula's western coast. . Top advisers DROPPED their estimate on number of daily... 'I need to get away!' Pictured, a woman walks in heavy rain brought by Hagupit in Taipei, In the major Chinese manufacturing centre of Wenzhou, authorities reported evacuating 200,000 people to shelters and recalling more than 6,000 fishing boats to port. The previous typhoon, Sinlaku, is still bringing heavy rainfall to parts of China, while unnamed storms continue popping up … Footage released by Chinese video outlet Pear shows trees wrecked by high winds and streets inundated by floodwaters in the city of Wenzhou hours after typhoon Hagupit made landfall, The Zhejiang meteorological authority has issued emergency typhoon warnings to towns and cities across the province. Hagupit, the fourth typhoon of this year, brought winds of up to 136.8 kilometres (85 miles) per hour at its centre when it made landfall in Zhejiang province, eastern China, in the early hours. Typhoon Hagupit crashed into eastern China on Monday night, sending flooding rainfall, strong wind gusts and storm surge into the region before eyeing the Shanghai region. Heavy rainstorms were forecast throughout the day. [CDATA[ Independent video news outlet Pear shows cars driving on roads submerged in floodwaters and residents being carried out of their homes. The tropical storm brought winds of up to 136.8 kilometres (85 miles) per hour at its centre when it made landfall in Zhejiang province in the early hours. Prince Charles launches new organic gin flavoured with herbs from his own garden at... Game of Thrones star Sophie Turner is cast as Princess Charlotte alongside a hilariously catty Prince George... What's the truth about No10's gloomy Covid figures? The center has issued a typhoon "blue" warning, which requires ships working out at sea to return to port. Waves along the coast were reported at heights of 4.2 meters (14 feet). Typhoon Hagupit (0814) 19 ... Hagupit crossed the Balintang Channel on 22 September and entered the South China Sea that evening. Data Observation: What has Hong Kong achieved in the past five years? Hagupit… chinadaily.com.cn/Xinhua | The content (including but not limited to text, photo, multimedia information, etc) published in this site belongs to China Daily Information Co (CDIC). Published: 10:52 GMT, 4 August 2020 | Updated: 11:28 GMT, 4 August 2020. All rights reserved. The Yandang Mountain Waterfall, one of the four major waterfalls in China, was a sight to behold this morning. The typhoon made landfall in Yueqing, Zhejiang province, at about 3:30 am on Tuesday, moving north past Shanghai and downgrading to a tropical depression at 5 am on Wednesday, said the National Meteorological Center. BEIJING -- Hagupit, the fourth typhoon of this year, landed in East China's Zhejiang province in the wee hours of Tuesday, the National Meteorological Center (NMC) said. . Typhoon Hagupit hits China’s eastern coastal areas causing floods and forcing evacuations It was moving north at around 25km/h in the direction … Pictured, boats are moored to take shelter in southeastern China's Fujian Province on Monday. The man who could be America's next president in three days: Barack Obama had to call Joe Biden three times... PIERS MORGAN: Trump's uncaring, trash-talking macho-man act may have given him a lead amongst men but women... Donald's not done for yet! document.write(oTime.getFullYear()); PAGASA issued its final advisory on Din… The typhoon made landfall in Yueqing, Zhejiang province, at about 3:30 am on Tuesday, moving north past Shanghai and downgrading to a tropical depression at 5 am on Wednesday, said the National Meteorological Center. It brought torrential rains to Zhejiang and Fujian provinces, with gales forecast in areas in the western and southern parts of the East China Sea, the waters near Diaoyu Island, the Yangtze River Estuary, Hangzhou Bay, as well as the coastal areas of Zhejiang and northeastern Fujian. Typhoon Hagupit hit China's eastern coast on Tuesday before weakening and heading north toward the Korean Peninsula's western coast. Without written authorization from CDIC, such content shall not be republished or used in any form. Local officials had relocated 381,375 people by 10pm last night. Zhejiang, Shanghai and Jiangsu have since Tuesday experienced heavy rainfall because of the typhoon, with precipitation in Yongjia and Yueqing in Zhejiang being the highest - between 400 to 552 millimeters. // Rationing is back! At noon, the tropical storm had winds of up to 108 kilometres (67 miles) per hour and was moving north at around 25 kilometres (16 miles) per hour, China's National Meteorological Center said. The adverse weather condition has caused scores of deaths, forced around 2million people to be evacuated and led to more than 49billion yuan (£5.3billion) in damage. The comments below have not been moderated. Retailers go head-to-head with their festive adverts as supermarkets... Lockdown locks-down! Car showrooms to close for a month,... Battle of the Covid Christmas clips! Flood-ravaged areas of China faced a new threat on Monday as Typhoon Hagupit approached its eastern coast, bringing 55-mile-per-hour wind gusts and more heavy rain. Hagupit is moving inland over eastern China and the Joint Typhoon Warning Center forecasts that it will reemerge into the Yellow Sea on Aug. 5, but adverse conditions will lead to Hagupit’s dissipation. Residents in China have been stunned to see a waterfall appearing to flow backwards as Typhoon Hagupit battered their hometown. chinadaily.com.cn | All rights reserved. [CDATA[ This satellite image taken on August 3 and released by NASA shows Typhoon Hagupit over Taiwan (center left) before its landfall in mainland China. This year's typhoon season has been relatively mild in China. document.write(oTime.getFullYear()); The 623ft tall attraction (right) is one of the four major waterfalls in China, Hagupit, the fourth typhoon of this year, landed at around 3:30am in Leqing, a prefecture-city with just over 1.3million residents. With a maximum wind force of 136.8 kph in the center, Hagupit hit Yueqing City at around 3:30 a.m. Tuesday, the NMC said. Around midday of the same day, JTWC downgraded Hagupit into a tropical depression and later issued their final advisories on the storm, [86] but the JMA still monitored Hagupit as a tropical storm. Hagupit, the fourth typhoon of this year, landed in east China's Zhejiang Province in the wee hours of Tuesday, the National Meteorological Center (NMC) said. Footage released by state-run Zhejiang Daily shows the 190-metre-tall (623-foot-tall) attraction seemingly running upwards as strong gales pushed the water against its natural trajectory.