Typhoon Muifa Satellite Timelapse

This system was recognised as a tropical depression on the 25th of July, just over 900km west of Guam, before being recognised as a tropical storm on the 28th. By the 30th of July it was upgraded to a Typhoon, and rapidly strenghtened further to a Super Typhoon classification before weakening a little to a category 4 Typhoon. This storm is still developing, and heading towawrds Taiwan and mainland China.
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