Typhoon Lekima has brought about 28 deaths, whilst more than a million have been forced to evacuate, in China.
The deaths were caused by a landslide triggered by the storm.
The fatal landslide occurred in Wenzhou, after a ‘barrier lake’ – or a ‘natural dam’ – formed, by pooling water from the heavy rains, and thereafter collapsing.
The storm was initially designated a “Super Typhoon”, but weakened slightly before landfall.
Lekima is now slowly winding its way north through the Zhejiang Province, and is expected to hit Shanghai, which has a population of more than 20 million.