It is expected that the center will move westward at a speed of about 20 kilometers per hour, crossing Luzon Island in the Philippines and entering the eastern South China Sea around this evening. Its intensity will gradually weaken in the next 12 hours, and then maintain or increase slightly. In November 1st, it began to shift to the north direction, slowed down and weakened the intensity obviously.
Map / micro-blog @ China Meteorological Administration
Affected by both the Jade Rabbit and the cold air, from 0800 on the 30th to 0800 on the 31st, there were strong winds of magnitude 7-9 and gusts of magnitude 10-11 in the eastern part of the South China Sea and in the southern part of the Bashi Strait, along the eastern coast of Taiwan, the Bashi Strait, the eastern part of the South China Sea and the Taiwan Strait. The gusts of magnitude 13 were near the center of the Jade Rabbit. The maximum wind power is up to 13~14.