Philippines on alert for Super Typhoon

(CNN) — Emergency crews in the Philippines were on standby Monday morning as the island nation braced for a “super typhoon” that could trigger flooding and landslides.

Super Typhoon Megi, also known as Juan, is expected to make landfall midday Monday at or near super-typhoon strength, with winds possibly in excess of 200 kph (124 mph), according to Mario Montejo, secretary of the Philippines’ science and technology.

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