spiral clouds of typhoon

うずを巻く台風の雲

1989 United Nations
‘Typhoon Abby in the North-West Pacific’

A typhoon is growing near Taiwan in this stamp. It will then move to Northeast direction – slowly or speedy.  Every summer people in Far East countries are watching those satellite images to predict when the bad weather arrive to their area.

A series of stamps from the United Nations – views from satellite cameras, tell us how our climate is affected by other areas of the world.

台風は温かい赤道近くの海でうずを巻きはじめ、北東に向かって動き、衛星から送られる情報から到着の頃合いを推測する。日本ではおなじみの夏の天気ですね。

国連の発行したこの気象衛星の切手は、ある場所の気候が地球の他の場所で起こることと繋がっていることをはっきり示しています。

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