Tropical Storm Bavi formed Saturday morning just east of Taiwan and is expected to keep a northerly track across the South China Sea over the course of this week. The storm is expected to impact Japan’s southern Ryukyu Islands, including Okinawa, through Monday before moving over the South China Sea and gaining strength before affecting the western side of the Korean peninsula. Also expected, is an impact to Seoul and surrounding areas Thursday of this week. Tropical Storm Bavi is currently projected to continue north and bring heavy rains and strong winds to northeastern China by late this week.
Heavy rainfall could lead to landslides, mudslides and flooding
Dangerous river levels
Downed trees, hindering rescue/recovery efforts
Cancelled, delayed, or rerouted flights
Power outages in homes and places of work
Mitigating Measures to Apply:
· Check with the supplier to ensure they are open and operating
Monitor local news and weather media for updates
Allow extra time for travel to and from supplier and airport
Avoid traveling through flooded areas
Keep extra bottled water in lodging
Keep electronics charged and maintain contact throughout the remainder of the trip
Confirm flight itinerary prior to departure to the airport
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