China braces for Typhoon Lionrock
China is bracing for Typhoon Lionrock, the tenth storm to hit coast this year, which will bring strong winds and torrential rain to northeast part of the country over the next few days, the country’s meteorological authority said on Sunday.
The eye of Typhoon Lionrock was located in the northwestern Pacific Ocean and is expected to make landfall in Japan on Tuesday afternoon, a statement of the National Meteorological Centre (NMC).
Lionrock is likely to hit northeastern China on Wednesday and then weaken to an extratropical cyclone.
The Bohai Sea, Yellow Sea and East China Sea will be hit by gales from on Sunday till Wednesday.