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UK storm-chaser documents typhoon impact in Taiwan

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Release time:2023/09/04 17:41
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 James Reynolds, a UK storm-chaser witnesses Typhoon Haikui’s impact in Taiwan.  UK storm-chaser documents typhoon impact in Taiwan
James Reynolds, a UK storm-chaser witnesses Typhoon Haikui’s impact in Taiwan.

TAIPEI (TVBS News) — A UK storm-chaser and severe weather photographer, James Reynolds, traveled to Taiwan on Saturday (Sept. 2) to document the impact of Typhoon Haikui on the island.

 

Upon arrival, Reynolds headed straight for the east coast of Taitung to witness the incoming storm.

 

Reynolds believes that Taiwan is one of the most challenging places in the world to track typhoons due to its complex terrain.

 

"The mountain range, less than 20 kilometers from the coast, causes sudden changes in the weather, while the mountains rise between 12,000 and 13,000 feet," said Reynolds.

 

Before Typhoon Haikui made landfall in Taiwan, the photographer had been in Hong Kong, documenting the effects of Typhoon Saola.

 

His footage of the huge waves on Taiwan's east coast has been shared widely, capturing the attention of the international media, including CNN.

 

Typhoon Haikui made a second landfall in Kaohsiung on Monday, making preparations for storm safety and recovery efforts all the more complex.

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