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Typhoon Nesat makes landfall in Taiwan

Typhoon Nesat makes landfall in Taiwan
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Tropical storms sees winds gust to 180km/h and heavy rain flood streets and homes.

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Typhoon Nesat made landfall in Taiwan on Saturday, bringing with it strong winds and heavy rainfall to eastern and southern parts of the island nation, and flooding streets and homes.

It is the first tropical storm to hit Taiwan so far this year, with its eye gliding over the country’s east coast before moving on towards China.

Himawari-8 captured this color-enhanced infrared imagery of Typhoon Nesat in the NW Pacific today. See more loops <a href="https://t.co/z1EC7I9WnP">https://t.co/z1EC7I9WnP</a> <a href="https://t.co/doPPSIl0yM">pic.twitter.com/doPPSIl0yM</a></p>— NOAA Satellites (NOAASatellites) July 28, 2017

Winds from the Typhoon reached speeds of up to 180km/h, and measures are being put in place to protect citizens.

In the Taiwan’s mountainous eastern areas, resident were evacuated to safety in case of mudslides, and shops along streets in big cities were covered with tarpaulin to prevent damage.

It’s that time of the year again. #Taiwan#typhoon#Nesat#Keelung#Taipeipic.twitter.com/CMvMFRkWMH

— koteshi (@koteshi) July 29, 2017

As southeastern China braces itself for the impact of the Typhoon, over three thousand people were evacuated from Fujian province, where the storm is expected to make landfall on Sunday.

Typhoon Nesat had made landfall in Taiwan with flooding rain and damaging winds will cause power outages & fallen trees pic.twitter.com/bZgukP3nXH

— Joint Cyclone Center (@JointCyclone) July 29, 2017

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