Severe Tropical Storm Nock-ten Satellite Timelapse

Nock-ten formed as a low pressure system to the east of the Philippines on the 22nd of July, and was offically recognised as a tropical depression on the 24th of July. By the 27th it had strengthened to a category 1 Typhoon, and made landfall over the North of The Phillipines causing extensive damage. The storm weakened a little before strengthening again as it apparoached the South China Coast. After making landfall on China it drifted west further west and made landfall over Northern Vietnam before weakening rapidly.
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