Saturday, May 28, 2011

Typhoon Songda strengthens, and as luck would have it - heads straight for Fukushima


Source:  Guam Loop

Bloomberg: "Songda’s winds increased to 241 kilometers (150 miles) per hour from 213 kph yesterday, the U.S. Navy Joint Typhoon Warning Center said on its website. The storm’s eye was about 240 kilometers east of Aparri in the Philippines at 8 a.m. today, the center said. Songda was moving northwest at 19 kph and is forecast to turn to the northeast and cross the island of Okinawa by 9 p.m. local time tomorrow before heading for Honshu."

1 comment :

  1. Here is another loop of the typhoon.

    I look at the cyclic nature of this loop and it looks to me that on the rotation it will pick up the Fukishima radiation and bring it back to the Philippines. My concern is my wifes family in Samar. I think after this typhoon happens those with the Geiger counters should be monitoring for the next few days (just a thought).

    I came across a great site that has instructional modules on how to use the geiger counters in the environment. Here is the link
    Also a petition to sign Here with some background info.

    here is the lates release model from Japan