Typhoon Halong will probably bring downpours to the Philippines in the next few days as it passes offshore on a track to slam into southwestern Japan with winds gusting to 260 kilometers per hour.
A Filipino man walks with an umbrella as rain pours at a bayside park in suburban Navotas, north of Manila, on Sunday. The capital continues to experience sporadic monsoon rains enhanced by Typhoon Halong. (AP photo)
Halong, moving west-northwest at 11 kilometres per hour, was centred about 1,100 kilometers east of the Philippines, the nation’s weather bureau said in an 11am (10am Thailand time) bulletin.
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