How to Track Typhoons Hitting China on WeChat and Web

By Bridget O'Donnell, August 8, 2019

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Typhoon season is in full swing. Could Shanghai be next for nature's blustery wrecking ball?

You can track typhoons in real time with a third party plugin on WeChat. Simply scan the QR code below. Note: you can only view the tracker within the WeChat app.

Not down with WeChat apps? That's okay, because you can track typhoons the old fashioned way on this website.

Track Typhoon WeChat

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