Updated on 16 July 2019
Tropical Depression Danas (called Falcon in Philippines) developed in the Philippine Sea
east of Luzon Island on Monday. Current projections expect it to remain a tropical storm
and not strengthen into a typhoon, still bringing with it high risks from gusty winds and
flooding rains. Potential impact at the time of this report is to Luzon Island Tuesday into
Wednesday before moving on to affecting most of Taiwan.
Depending on its progress over the next couple days there are two possible long-range
The storm tracks near or just east of Taiwan and then northward threatening areas from eastern China to South Korea and Japan.
The storm continues to track west to northwest into the South China Sea, still affecting Taiwan and the northern Philippines into Thursday then on to southeast China where the highest risk for flooding rainfall and locally damaging winds runs from late Thursday into Saturday. Locations from Hong Kong to Xiamen would be at risk for a direct hit from the land-falling tropical cyclone.
Heavy rainfall could lead to landslides and flooding in already saturated areas
Downed trees, hindering rescue/recovery efforts
Power outages in homes and places of work
Mitigating Factors to Apply:
Monitor local news and weather media for updates
Allow extra time for travel
Avoid traveling through flooded areas
Keep extra bottled water in lodging
Keep electronics charged
Check with airline for possible flight delays or cancellations
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