8 maps that explain why Typhoon Haiyan hit Philippines so hard

Washington Post: A week after Typhoon Haiyan made landfall in the Philippines, the country's crisis is far from over, with perhaps thousands of dead still be counted, tens or hundreds of thousands of people displaced and basic services, including access to food, shut down in many areas. To help convey how and why the storm was so bad, here is a series of eight maps on Haiyan, its impact and the Philippines' crisis. 1. The storm's path across Southeast Asia (Maps of the World) This map shows Haiyan's path......

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