In the Eastern Pacific:
Tropical storm Gil is located about 1405 mi (2260 km) E of of Hilo Hawaii. Disorganized Gil is slowly weakening.
In the Western Pacific:
Strong tropical storm Jebi landed in south China’s Hainan Province on Friday evening, bringing intense rain and strong gales that grounded flights and halted maritime traffic.
The ninth tropical storm to hit China this year, Jebi made landfall in Longlou Township, Wenchang City, at 7:30 p.m., packing winds of up to 117 km per hour near its center.
Affected by the storm, many parts of the island province reported heavy rain on Friday, including Haikou, capital of Hainan, where many city roads were badly waterlogged. In hard-hit Longlou Township, strong winds felled trees and knocked down billboards. Many roadside stores were closed and few pedestrians were seen on the streets.
A landslide has disrupted trains on a railway in Southwest China’s Yunnan province.
Floods hit parts of Quezon City and Manila in the Philippines due to strong rains Saturday afternoon.