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NASA sees Typhoon Jebi moving through Northwestern Pacific

2018-08-31 07:37
The National Weather Service (NWS) posted a timelapse of satellite imagery, on August 30, showing Typhoon Jebi as it swirled over the Pacific Ocean. Jebi was forecast to peak as a super typhoon on Saturday, September 1, and weather models indicated that the storm would reach the mainland of Japan by the middle of the next week, according to an interpretation of NWS data by Stars and Stripes. Credit: Japan Meteorological Agency/National Weather Service/Storyful