Typhoon Nuri

Typhoon Nuri

The remnant of Typhoon Nuri is leaving the coast of Japan and is now heading towards the Aleutian Islands. The intense storm is surpassing the strength of Superstorm Sandy of 2012. Hurricane force winds and waves of 50 feet are expected. The forecast then calls for the storm to weaken in the Bering Sea where it will join the jet stream and drop temperatures across the Great Lake states.

Interior Alaska is expected to continue to see rather mild temperatures.

Sweet.

Photo courtesy of NASA

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