Already on the map for over a week, the outer edges of Typhoon Sinlaku have started to batter Northern Taiwan. At 12.10pm today (Friday, September 6), Sinlaku was about 360km north-east of Taipei. The eye of the typhoon is moving at about 11kmph (about 6.9mph) and is expected to move steadily west to a position 110km north-east of Taipei by 11am tomorrow. Not expected to actually move onto Taiwan, Sinlaku’s current direction will place her on China’s east coast within 48 hours.
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