Typhoon Hinnamnor, which is deemed to be the strongest typhoon in South Korea’s history, is forecast to strike the country’s southern region next week, according to the state weather agency.
The Korea Meteorological Administration (KMA) forecasts the typhoon’s atmospheric pressure to reach 950 hectopascals when it hits South Korea, with a maximum wind speed of 43 meters per second (96 mph), The Korea Herald reported.
Typhoon Hinnamnor, the 11th typhoon this year, is rated as a “super strong typhoon” by the weather agency.
“[The country] has not seen a typhoon with such low pressure arriving here yet. The weather agency is concerned about unprecedented damages that can be brought by the typhoon,” said Woo Jin-kyu, weather analyst at KMA….
Source: The Epoch Times