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Guchol is a tiny typhoon on NASA satellite imagery

, : Guchol is a tiny typhoon on NASA satellite imagery.

Tropical Storm Guchol intensified into a typhoon and is a compact system. It appears as a strong, small typhoon in infrared NASA satellite imagery today.


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