The Many Views of Super Typhoon Jelawat
By Sam Kantrow on September 25, 2012, 11:00am
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160 mph...winds gusting to 195 mph. We're not talking about a tornado, we're talking about a typhoon...scratch that, a super typhoon that's spinning in the Pacific. Jelawat has been in existance for 5 days, but it's winds have never been stronger than they are right now. Expected to start weakening, it will likely strike the island of Naja, Japan around Friday night as a category 2 storm. Check out some of the different angles of this super storm as it continues to move towards Japan.