View of Nanmadol Nearing Chinese Coast21.2N 115.3E
Typhoon Nanmadol (14W), also known as Mina) was the strongest tropical cyclone in 2011 to hit the Philippines and also the first of the year to directly impact Taiwan.
It was the eleventh named storm, the seventh severe tropical storm and the fourth typhoon of the 2011 Pacific typhoon season. Nanmadol made a total of three landfalls killing 26, and causing widespread damage worth US$ 26,464,591.
The animated imagery shows the recent track of the tropical depression, while the main and enhanced images show the system at typhoon strength, nearing the coast of China.