The haiti hurricane was a Category 4 storm that hit the Philippines last week, bringing heavy rainfall, wind and flooding to parts of the country.
In some areas, more than 100 people died, including dozens of children.
It was the deadliest hurricane to hit the country since the Philippines’ first Category 5 storm in 1962.
Here’s what you need to know.1.
It made landfall on the Philippines coast on Oct. 28, bringing severe winds, heavy rain and a threat of flooding.2.
Haiyan is expected to continue to make landfall in the Philippines for days and bring catastrophic rainfall, including a significant amount of rain expected to fall on some parts of coastal areas in the next week.3.
More than 10,000 people were rescued from inland areas in areas where Haiyan was likely to hit.4.
The storm is expected, in part, to make the Philippines more vulnerable to tropical storms in the future.
It is expected that Haiyan will become a category 4 storm, which would bring more than 10 to 15 inches of rainfall to areas such as the central Philippines.5.
Haiyu is expected not only to cause extensive damage, but also could create a domino effect, as it could cause more destruction and flooding in coastal areas of the Philippines.