A monster low-pressure system spun off Typhoon Songa is churning across the Pacific toward the Northwest, carrying heavy rain and powerful winds forecasted for Saturday.
A monster low-pressure system spun off Typhoon Songa is churning across the Pacific toward the Northwest, carrying heavy rain and powerful winds forecasted for Saturday. The Weather Channel
A monster low-pressure system spun off Typhoon Songa is churning across the Pacific toward the Northwest, carrying heavy rain and powerful winds forecasted for Saturday. The Weather Channel

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