Map: Tracking Typhoon Mawar – The New York Times

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Tropical Cyclone Mawar intensified into a super typhoon on Friday, with winds peaking at 185 miles per hour, putting its strength at the same level as a Category 5 hurricane in the Atlantic. The storm has since weakened slightly and may fluctuate in intensity into the weekend. By the time the storm approaches the Philippines on Sunday, forecasters expect it to weaken further. Get the latest news on the storm here.

Source: Global Disaster Alert and Coordination System


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