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SUPER TYPHOON NURI HEADED FOR BERING SEA

Super Typhoon Nuri’s maximum winds reached 180 mph on November 2, 2014, as it roared over the Pacific Ocean east of the Philippines and south of Japan. According to the U.S. military’s Joint Typhoon Warning Center, Nuri has tied with Super Typhoon Vongfong for the strongest tropical cyclone of 2014, and it’s headed towards the Aleutians, the Bering Sea, and the far northern Pacific this weekend. Nuri’s winds could back off to hurricane-wind status and the forecast could change between now and Friday, so check the weather for the latest on Super Typhoon Nuri. The crab and cod fishing seasons are currently underway in the Bering Sea.