Typhoon Sanba to Pass Through Korea on Monday
Korea is bracing for the arrival of its THIRD major typhoon in two months, Typhoon Sanba, which is forecast to sweep across the country on this Monday.
Sanba is packing winds of up to 180 kilometers an hour and is heading northward at a speed of 30 kilometers an hour.
The Korea Meteorological Administration says the storm will arrive off the coast of Jeju Island at 9am on Monday, in about three hours time here in Korea, and will head northward and come within 90 kilometers of Seoul by 9pm this evening.
Forecasters say Sanba is expected to dump up to 500 millimeters of rain on parts of the country.
The typhoon killed one person in the Philippines and left parts of Manila flooded after heavy rain overnight.
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