November 8 3AM latest Super Typhoon Yolanda News Update: Landfall is imminent, storm signals raised throughout Visayas as country braces for impact.
In our latest Typhoon Yolanda Update we tackle its imminent landfall on Philippine land, the continues rain the typhoon brings and more.
Super Typhoon Yolanda is going for a big entrance as it closes in to make landfall on Philippine soil. The internationally codenamed Super Typhoon Haiyan counts not only as the strongest Typhoon of 2013, but also as one of the strongest, biggest and baddest to have ever walked the surface of the earth.
Yolanda is so close to land now, and is so big, it’s just so hard to put it all to words.
— R A C H E L (@raquel_darapiza) November 7, 2013
Not just prayers for Typhoon Yolanda victims
While prayers is good and all, victims of this calamity need more than just that. Stay alert and keep yourself updated with the Twitter hashtag #yolandaPH on the latest happenings and news regarding this devastating super typhoon.
For those living out of the way of this super typhoon, you could serve your countrymen best by preparing your excess clothing and other material that you could offer for donation once the typhoon passes by.
Devastating News Headlines about Typhoon Haiyan
News establishments Times and CNN were one of the first to report on Super Typhoon Haiyan (locally known as Yolanda) to be one of the strongest typhoons ever. The news is definitely not encouraging at all, but it gives you an idea of how bad and destructive Yolanda can be once it makes landfall.
All our latest news and on Super Typhoon Yolanda:
- Super Typhoon Yolanda causes class suspension Pablo attacked ComVal
- 7PM Typhoon Yolanda Update (November 7, 2013)
- Live Blog on Typhoon Yolanda with news from Twitter