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“doing well” in aiding survivors, even though they fail to get supplies to the 2.5 million people who are in desperate need of food, though other governments are helping, like the U.S. government, and the U.N.Typhoons can be predicted. Though the predictions are not exact, scientists can make a fairly accurate prediction of when typhoons will come. Meteorologists can use tools from satellite images to Doppler radar to predict a typhoon up to a week in advance. Though the tools have been improving through the past years, these tools aren’t exactly accurate, so meteorologists are basically estimating when a typhoon will happen. But in the little time you have left, you can prepare for it.
You should have a good supply of food that doesn’t need to be cooked, and clean water.You should keep light sources and portable radios close by,for easy accessibility.Keep up to date with the latest weather report on typhoon activity.