Taipei, July 21 (CNA) CWB forecaster Lin Pingyu said the Central Weather Bureau (CWB) could issue a maritime warning to Typhoon Infa on Wednesday evening and a land warning on Thursday. is there.
In-Fa moved west at a speed of 11 km / h, centered 650 km east of Taipei at 8 am on Wednesday. It carried maximum sustained winds of 126 km / h and had gusts of up to 162 km / h.
Due to the slow movement of the In-Fa, Lin said the CWB could issue a typhoon maritime warning on Wednesday evening and a land warning on Thursday afternoon or evening.
Neither the CWB nor the Joint Typhoon Warning Center of the US Navy currently expects a storm to land in Taiwan, but instead turns north to Zhejiang, China.
However, Lin predicts that typhoons will bring strong winds and heavy rains to northern Taiwan and northeastern Yilan County on Thursday and Friday, causing high waves along the coastlines of eastern Taiwan and the southern part of the Hengchun Peninsula. ..
Meanwhile, the tropical cyclone Cempaka is expected to weaken as it moves west, Lin said.
According to the CWB, the storm landed in Guangdong, China, on Tuesday night.
http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/rsscna/engnews/~3/XjDJnbVbuE4/202107210008 Typhoon Infa Wednesday evening sea warning expected: CWB