Words really can't describe the beauty/strength involved with Super Typhoon Megi! Bottom line, it's a MONSTER Category-5 Super Tyhphoon, with maximum sustained winds of 145 knots (166mph), and gusts to 175 knots (201mph)! I would give almost anything to be in the eye of this storm! It was just impossible from a money/time standpoint! Someday, I'll make it happen! Even though missing a storm like this, especially considering the fact that it's making landfall during the day, is very tough to take... I'll leave some satellite images/loops of Megi for you below! Oh, by the way, reports are that Super Typhoon Megi made landfall at 885mb, which would be a world record low pressure at landfall (1935 Labor Day-892mb)... INSANE!!! Keep in mind though, the 1935 Labor Hurricane was a very small/compact hurricane, and likely produced higher maximum sustained surface winds!