Chinese coastal province braces for typhoon Haikui

2017-11-13 02:35:38 GMT2017-11-13 10:35:38(Beijing Time) Sina English
Boats anchor in Xingang harbor in Haikou, capital of south China's Hainan Province, before the typhoon Haikui arrives November 12, 2017. China's national weather observatory on Saturday renewed a blue alert as Typhoon Haikui continues to bring gales to the South China Sea. China has a four-tier color-coded system for severe weather, with red being the most serious, followed by orange, yellow and blue. (Photo: China News Service/ Luo Yunfei) Boats anchor in Xingang harbor in Haikou, capital of south China's Hainan Province, before the typhoon Haikui arrives November 12, 2017. China's national weather observatory on Saturday renewed a blue alert as Typhoon Haikui continues to bring gales to the South China Sea. China has a four-tier color-coded system for severe weather, with red being the most serious, followed by orange, yellow and blue. (Photo: China News Service/ Luo Yunfei)
Boats anchor in Xingang harbor in Haikou, capital of south China's Hainan Province, before the typhoon Haikui arrives November 12, 2017. China's national weather observatory on Saturday renewed a blue alert as Typhoon Haikui continues to bring gales to the South China Sea. China has a four-tier color-coded system for severe weather, with red being the most serious, followed by orange, yellow and blue. (Photo: China News Service/ Luo Yunfei) Boats anchor in Xingang harbor in Haikou, capital of south China's Hainan Province, before the typhoon Haikui arrives November 12, 2017. China's national weather observatory on Saturday renewed a blue alert as Typhoon Haikui continues to bring gales to the South China Sea. China has a four-tier color-coded system for severe weather, with red being the most serious, followed by orange, yellow and blue. (Photo: China News Service/ Luo Yunfei)
Boats anchor in Xingang harbor in Haikou, capital of south China's Hainan Province, before the typhoon Haikui arrives November 12, 2017. China's national weather observatory on Saturday renewed a blue alert as Typhoon Haikui continues to bring gales to the South China Sea. China has a four-tier color-coded system for severe weather, with red being the most serious, followed by orange, yellow and blue. (Photo: China News Service/ Luo Yunfei) Boats anchor in Xingang harbor in Haikou, capital of south China's Hainan Province, before the typhoon Haikui arrives November 12, 2017. China's national weather observatory on Saturday renewed a blue alert as Typhoon Haikui continues to bring gales to the South China Sea. China has a four-tier color-coded system for severe weather, with red being the most serious, followed by orange, yellow and blue. (Photo: China News Service/ Luo Yunfei)
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