Waterfall blown upwards due to fierce wind brought by Typhoon Khanun



With its spectacularity, waterfalls are one of the most popular natural landscapes for visit. But a waterfall in Taidong, southeast of Taiwan, was captured flowing “backwards” because of the strong wind caused by "Khanun"on Friday.

Jointly influenced by Typhoon Khanun, the 20th of the year and the cold air, downpours and gales are forecast in southern China, including Taiwan, eastern part of Zhejiang Province and part of Hainan Province, from Saturday to Monday.

China’s National Meteorological Center renewed its yellow alert for rainstorms as downpours from Typhoon Khanun are forecast in southern China from Sunday to Monday.

Typhoon Khanun is moving northwest near coastal areas of south China’s Guangdong and Hainan provinces at a speed of 20 kilometers per hour. It is expected to strengthen and make landfall in the southern provinces early Monday.