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Hong Kong (CNN)Hong Kong's storm alert was lifted to its highest level Sunday as Typhoon Mangkhut swirled off the coast, shutting down the city and forcing residents to huddle inside as rain pelted windows and strong winds sent debris flying.

The Hong Kong Observatory (HKO) raised the storm signal to T10 Sunday morning local time, hours before the storm was expected to make landfall near the city, as it carves its path from the Philippines towards mainland China.Fierce winds have already torn off roofs and caused partial building collapses, as authorities warn of the threat of storm surges and flooding from torrential rain.

    Mangkhut is already the most powerful storm of 2018, and is currently packing sustained winds of 165 kilometers per hour (103 miles per hour), with gusts up to 205 kilometers per hour (127 miles per hour).Earlier on Saturday, it plowed into the Philippines, killing two people and flattening homes in small towns and villages on the northern island of Luzon.A man uses his umbrella while crossing a road as  Mangkhut edges closer to Hong Kong SundayA man uses his umbrella while crossing a road as Mangkhut edges closer to Hong Kong SundayMangkhut is now some 220 kilometers (136 miles) south-southeast of the city, and heading for the surrounding Pearl River Delta, home to 120 million people.The storm is expected to be one for Hong Kong's record books. It's only the 15th time in the last 60 years that a T10 has been hoisted; the last was for Super Typhoon Hato last year.The city's famed Victoria Harbor is expected to see a storm surge of 3.5 meters later Sunday (11.5 feet). Hong Kong's iconic skyline, filled with massive buildings jutting up from the hill, was almost completely obscured as squalls roared through.



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    More than 550 flights have been canceled at airports in Hong Kong, Shenzhen and Guangzhou, and more than 200 have been delayed, according to Flightaware.com. Most of Hong Kong's public transport has been suspended.Hong Kong authorities have been warning residents about the storm for days, and come Saturday, grocery stores were packed with people stocking up on goods. Buildings across the city were either boarded up or had their windows taped in order to mitigate the damage of broken glass.The storm is currently moving 30 kilometers per hour (19 miles per hour) toward the coast of western Guangdong, mainland China, according to the HKO.It's expected to pass about 100 kilometers (62 miles) south of the Pearl River Delta -- an area in southern China that includes the cities of Hong Kong, Guangzhou, Shenzhen, Zhuhai and Macau -- at about noon Hong Kong time Sunday, according to the the HKO.However, the storm has weakened and is now classified by the HKO as a severe typhoon rather than a super typhoon. But officials in Hong Kong are still warning residents to be cautious.

    Mangkhut slams into the Philippines

    Mangkhut struck the northern Philippines as a super typhoon, killing at last two people and causing flooding and landslides on the northern island of Luzon.It made landfall in the Philippines Saturday at 1:40 a.m. local time, packing winds of up to 270 kph (165 mph), 120 kph (75 mph) stronger than Hurricane Florence that hit North Carolina.Known locally as Ompong, Mangkhut ripped roofs off buildings, uprooted trees, blocked roads with debris and dumped water on fields of crops.Photos: In photos: Typhoon MangkhutCommuters brave the elements in Manila on September 15.Hide Caption22 of 42Photos: In photos: Typhoon MangkhutStrong winds and rain batter buildings in Tuguegarao City on September 15.Hide Caption23 of 42Photos: In photos: Typhoon MangkhutStreet sweepers go about their daily business as rain and strong winds pound Manila on September 15.Hide Caption24 of 42Photos: In photos: Typhoon MangkhutGuests sleep inside a hotel restaurant after strong winds damaged the roof of their room in Tuguegarao City on September 15.Hide Caption25 of 42Photos: In photos: Typhoon MangkhutHeavy rain falls in Tuguegarao City on Friday, September 14.Hide Caption26 of 42Photos: In photos: Typhoon MangkhutOfficials conduct a patrol in Aparri ahead of the typhoon on September 14.Hide Caption27 of 42Photos: In photos: Typhoon MangkhutA satellite image shows the width and trajectory of Mangkhut as it approaches the Philippines on September 14.Hide Caption28 of 42Photos: In photos: Typhoon MangkhutA farmer gathers his herd of cows to a safe place as the typhoon nears Tuguegarao City on September 14.Hide Caption29 of 42Photos: In photos: Typhoon MangkhutFishermen secure a boat in Aparri before the storm arrives on September 14.Hide Caption30 of 42Photos: In photos: Typhoon MangkhutVillagers from Aparri cut tree branches on September 14 in preparation for the massive storm.Hide Caption31 of 42Photos: In photos: Typhoon MangkhutAn evacuee rests inside an evacuation center in Tuguegarao City on September 14.Hide Caption32 of 42Photos: In photos: Typhoon MangkhutA volunteer moves through relief goods September 14 as Tuguegarao prepares for the typhoon's arrival.Hide Caption33 of 42Photos: In photos: Typhoon MangkhutResidential buildings in Hong Kong are reflected in a McDonald's restaurant window, taped in preparation for Typhoon Mangkhut, on September 14. Hong Kong and Macau are currently in the typhoon's path.Hide Caption34 of 42Photos: In photos: Typhoon MangkhutWorkers lay sandbags at the waterfront of the Lei Yue Mun area of Hong Kong on September 14.Hide Caption35 of 42Photos: In photos: Typhoon MangkhutPeople secure the roof of a house in Tuguegarao on September 14.Hide Caption36 of 42Photos: In photos: Typhoon MangkhutA worker steps over sandbags ahead of the typhoon's arrival in Hong Kong on September 14.Hide Caption37 of 42Photos: In photos: Typhoon MangkhutFishermen work amid the rough seas near Aparri on September 14.Hide Caption38 of 42Photos: In photos: Typhoon MangkhutPhilippine President Rodrigo Duterte arrives for a government briefing on the typhoon at the National Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Council in Quezon City on Thursday, September 13.Hide Caption39 of 42Photos: In photos: Typhoon MangkhutDuterte, second from left, observes the disaster agency's operation center in action in Manila on September 13.Hide Caption40 of 42Photos: In photos: Typhoon MangkhutHigh-rises are visible above choppy waters in Hong Kong's Wan Chai District on Wednesday, September 12.Hide Caption41 of 42Photos: In photos: Typhoon MangkhutSailors remove debris on a US naval base in Guam on Tuesday, September 11, after the typhoon swept through the island territory, causing flooding and power outages.Hide Caption42 of 42Residents stand by a flooded road in Tuguegarao city in northeastern Philippines, on Saturday, September 15.Photos: In photos: Typhoon MangkhutResidents stand by a flooded road in Tuguegarao city in northeastern Philippines, on Saturday, September 15.Hide Caption1 of 42Photos: In photos: Typhoon MangkhutA man takes a photograph as waves crash over a promenade in Hong Kong, on Sunday, September 16.Hide Caption2 of 42Photos: In photos: Typhoon MangkhutA man takes photos as Super Typhoon Mangkhut approaches Hong Kong on Sunday, September 16.Hide Caption3 of 42Photos: In photos: Typhoon MangkhutA wave overwhelms a man as he tries to recover salvageable materials in Manila, Philippines, on Saturday, September 15.Hide Caption4 of 42Photos: In photos: Typhoon MangkhutAn elderly man waits for a taxi as Typhoon Mangkhut edges closer to Hong Kong, on Sunday, September 16.Hide Caption5 of 42Photos: In photos: Typhoon MangkhutPeople pray inside of a temple ahead of the arrival of Typhoon Mangkhut in Sanhe village, China, on Saturday.Hide Caption6 of 42Photos: In photos: Typhoon MangkhutFishermen remove their boat from the water ahead of the arrival of Typhoon Mangkhut on the outskirts of Zhanjiang, China, on Saturday.Hide Caption7 of 42Photos: In photos: Typhoon MangkhutVolunteers and police check on residents after Typhoon Mangkhut hit Tuguegarao, Philippines, on Saturday.Hide Caption8 of 42Photos: In photos: Typhoon MangkhutA family shares a meal by flashlight inside a temporary evacuation center after electricity was shut off following the onslaught of Typhoon Mangkhut in the city of Tuguegarao, Philippines, on Saturday.Hide Caption9 of 42Photos: In photos: Typhoon MangkhutAn elderly Filipino woman copes in the typhoon-hit town of Aparri, Philippines, on September 15.Hide Caption10 of 42Photos: In photos: Typhoon MangkhutMembers of a family survey their heavily damaged home in Alcala, Philippines, on September 15.Hide Caption11 of 42Photos: In photos: Typhoon MangkhutA basketball hoop is toppled in Tuguegarao City, Philippines, on September 15.Hide Caption12 of 42Photos: In photos: Typhoon MangkhutPhilippine soldiers help a man with a sick child after fallen electric poles blocked an ambulance transporting them in Baggao, a town north of Manila, on September 15.Hide Caption13 of 42Photos: In photos: Typhoon MangkhutA woman weeps as she describes her family's experiences during the typhoon in Baggao on September 15.Hide Caption14 of 42Photos: In photos: Typhoon MangkhutCrews work to clear a road of debris in Baggao on September 15.Hide Caption15 of 42Photos: In photos: Typhoon MangkhutMotorists negotiate a flooded street in Manila on September 15.Hide Caption16 of 42Photos: In photos: Typhoon MangkhutChildren collect recyclable materials washed ashore in Manila on September 15.Hide Caption17 of 42Photos: In photos: Typhoon MangkhutA motorist tries to avoid the flooding in Manila on September 15.Hide Caption18 of 42Photos: In photos: Typhoon MangkhutResidents make their way through destroyed stalls at a public market in Tuguegarao City on September 15.Hide Caption19 of 42Photos: In photos: Typhoon MangkhutCommuters push a car through floodwaters in Manila on September 15.Hide Caption20 of 42Photos: In photos: Typhoon MangkhutMotorists push their motor bikes through a flooded street in Manila on September 15.Hide Caption21 of 42Photos: In photos: Typhoon MangkhutCommuters brave the elements in Manila on September 15.Hide Caption22 of 42Photos: In photos: Typhoon MangkhutStrong winds and rain batter buildings in Tuguegarao City on September 15.Hide Caption23 of 42Photos: In photos: Typhoon MangkhutStreet sweepers go about their daily business as rain and strong winds pound Manila on September 15.Hide Caption24 of 42Photos: In photos: Typhoon MangkhutGuests sleep inside a hotel restaurant after strong winds damaged the roof of their room in Tuguegarao City on September 15.Hide Caption25 of 42Photos: In photos: Typhoon MangkhutHeavy rain falls in Tuguegarao City on Friday, September 14.Hide Caption26 of 42Photos: In photos: Typhoon MangkhutOfficials conduct a patrol in Aparri ahead of the typhoon on September 14.Hide Caption27 of 42Photos: In photos: Typhoon MangkhutA satellite image shows the width and trajectory of Mangkhut as it approaches the Philippines on September 14.Hide Caption28 of 42Photos: In photos: Typhoon MangkhutA farmer gathers his herd of cows to a safe place as the typhoon nears Tuguegarao City on September 14.Hide Caption29 of 42Photos: In photos: Typhoon MangkhutFishermen secure a boat in Aparri before the storm arrives on September 14.Hide Caption30 of 42Photos: In photos: Typhoon MangkhutVillagers from Aparri cut tree branches on September 14 in preparation for the massive storm.Hide Caption31 of 42Photos: In photos: Typhoon MangkhutAn evacuee rests inside an evacuation center in Tuguegarao City on September 14.Hide Caption32 of 42Photos: In photos: Typhoon MangkhutA volunteer moves through relief goods September 14 as Tuguegarao prepares for the typhoon's arrival.Hide Caption33 of 42Photos: In photos: Typhoon MangkhutResidential buildings in Hong Kong are reflected in a McDonald's restaurant window, taped in preparation for Typhoon Mangkhut, on September 14. Hong Kong and Macau are currently in the typhoon's path.Hide Caption34 of 42Photos: In photos: Typhoon MangkhutWorkers lay sandbags at the waterfront of the Lei Yue Mun area of Hong Kong on September 14.Hide Caption35 of 42Photos: In photos: Typhoon MangkhutPeople secure the roof of a house in Tuguegarao on September 14.Hide Caption36 of 42Photos: In photos: Typhoon MangkhutA worker steps over sandbags ahead of the typhoon's arrival in Hong Kong on September 14.Hide Caption37 of 42Photos: In photos: Typhoon MangkhutFishermen work amid the rough seas near Aparri on September 14.Hide Caption38 of 42Photos: In photos: Typhoon MangkhutPhilippine President Rodrigo Duterte arrives for a government briefing on the typhoon at the National Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Council in Quezon City on Thursday, September 13.Hide Caption39 of 42Photos: In photos: Typhoon MangkhutDuterte, second from left, observes the disaster agency's operation center in action in Manila on September 13.Hide Caption40 of 42Photos: In photos: Typhoon MangkhutHigh-rises are visible above choppy waters in Hong Kong's Wan Chai District on Wednesday, September 12.Hide Caption41 of 42Photos: In photos: Typhoon MangkhutSailors remove debris on a US naval base in Guam on Tuesday, September 11, after the typhoon swept through the island territory, causing flooding and power outages.Hide Caption42 of 42Residents stand by a flooded road in Tuguegarao city in northeastern Philippines, on Saturday, September 15.Photos: In photos: Typhoon MangkhutResidents stand by a flooded road in Tuguegarao city in northeastern Philippines, on Saturday, September 15.Hide Caption1 of 42Photos: In photos: Typhoon MangkhutA man takes a photograph as waves crash over a promenade in Hong Kong, on Sunday, September 16.Hide Caption2 of 42Photos: In photos: Typhoon MangkhutA man takes photos as Super Typhoon Mangkhut approaches Hong Kong on Sunday, September 16.Hide Caption3 of 42Photos: In photos: Typhoon MangkhutA wave overwhelms a man as he tries to recover salvageable materials in Manila, Philippines, on Saturday, September 15.Hide Caption4 of 42Photos: In photos: Typhoon MangkhutAn elderly man waits for a taxi as Typhoon Mangkhut edges closer to Hong Kong, on Sunday, September 16.Hide Caption5 of 42Photos: In photos: Typhoon MangkhutPeople pray inside of a temple ahead of the arrival of Typhoon Mangkhut in Sanhe village, China, on Saturday.Hide Caption6 of 42Photos: In photos: Typhoon MangkhutFishermen remove their boat from the water ahead of the arrival of Typhoon Mangkhut on the outskirts of Zhanjiang, China, on Saturday.Hide Caption7 of 42Photos: In photos: Typhoon MangkhutVolunteers and police check on residents after Typhoon Mangkhut hit Tuguegarao, Philippines, on Saturday.Hide Caption8 of 42Photos: In photos: Typhoon MangkhutA family shares a meal by flashlight inside a temporary evacuation center after electricity was shut off following the onslaught of Typhoon Mangkhut in the city of Tuguegarao, Philippines, on Saturday.Hide Caption9 of 42Photos: In photos: Typhoon MangkhutAn elderly Filipino woman copes in the typhoon-hit town of Aparri, Philippines, on September 15.Hide Caption10 of 42Photos: In photos: Typhoon MangkhutMembers of a family survey their heavily damaged home in Alcala, Philippines, on September 15.Hide Caption11 of 42Photos: In photos: Typhoon MangkhutA basketball hoop is toppled in Tuguegarao City, Philippines, on September 15.Hide Caption12 of 42Photos: In photos: Typhoon MangkhutPhilippine soldiers help a man with a sick child after fallen electric poles blocked an ambulance transporting them in Baggao, a town north of Manila, on September 15.Hide Caption13 of 42Photos: In photos: Typhoon MangkhutA woman weeps as she describes her family's experiences during the typhoon in Baggao on September 15.Hide Caption14 of 42Photos: In photos: Typhoon MangkhutCrews work to clear a road of debris in Baggao on September 15.Hide Caption15 of 42Photos: In photos: Typhoon MangkhutMotorists negotiate a flooded street in Manila on September 15.Hide Caption16 of 42Photos: In photos: Typhoon MangkhutChildren collect recyclable materials washed ashore in Manila on September 15.Hide Caption17 of 42Photos: In photos: Typhoon MangkhutA motorist tries to avoid the flooding in Manila on September 15.Hide Caption18 of 42Photos: In photos: Typhoon MangkhutResidents make their way through destroyed stalls at a public market in Tuguegarao City on September 15.Hide Caption19 of 42Photos: In photos: Typhoon MangkhutCommuters push a car through floodwaters in Manila on September 15.Hide Caption20 of 42Photos: In photos: Typhoon MangkhutMotorists push their motor bikes through a flooded street in Manila on September 15.Hide Caption21 of 42

    The most severe damage came in Luzon's north, a sparsely populated region that's considered the breadbasket of the Philippines, though areas as far away as Manila -- more than 340 km (200 miles) from the eye of the storm -- were hit with heavy rains that caused flooding in urban areas.Though the storm system has moved on, extent of the damage has been difficult to asses Sunday as fierce winds were replaced by flood waters, blocking access and aid to affected areas.

      Mangkhut is expected to make another landfall late Sunday night, hitting the Chinese province of Guandong near the cities of Yangjiang and Zhanjiang.From there the system will continue to move westward and will rain itself out over northern Vietnam, which could lead to some flooding there early next week.

      CNN's Jo Shelly and Alexandra Field in Santiago, Philippines, contributed to this report




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