Super Typhoon Noru Heads for Philippines After ‘Explosive’ Surge


MANILA — Super Typhoon Noru was on course to slam into the densely populated main island of Luzon in the Philippines on Sunday, with forecasters warning of heavy rains and winds that could cause devastating flooding and landslides.

Noru, which is called Karding locally, is likely to make landfall in Aurora Province on the country’s eastern seaboard late in the afternoon with maximum sustained winds of 115 miles per hour, according to the Philippine Atmospheric, Geophysical and…



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