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Typhoon Songda Heads for Kadena
      Fri May 27 2011 01:34 AM

Typhoon Songda, currently northeast of Luzon with 130kt winds at 27/06Z, is expected to pass over or within 30 miles of Kadena AB, Okinawa, Japan, at about 28/12Z. Wind gusts over 100 knots are expected on Okinawa. Use this link to monitor the
current weather conditions at Kadena AB:

http://weather.noaa.gov/weather/current/RODN.html

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