Ningbo, China - Typhoon In-Fa lashed eastern China with high winds and heavy rain on Sunday as other parts of the country were still cleaning up following historic flooding.

Sea, air and rail traffic was shut down across a swathe of China’s east coast with In-Fa expected to make landfall near the major shipping port of Ningbo sometime late Sunday afternoon or early evening.

The typhoon’s effects were felt Sunday morning in the metropolis of Shanghai, China’s largest city, with strong gusts of wind and consistent although not yet heavy rainfall. All inbound and outbound flights were cancelled Sunday for the city’s two international airports as were dozens of scheduled trains, while activity at the ports of Shanghai and Ningbo -- two of the world’s largest -- was also shut down.

Some public attractions in Shanghai and other cities, including Shanghai Disneyland, were closed and residents were warned to avoid outdoor activities. Torrential downpours dumped a year’s worth of rain in just three days last week in the central province of Henan, killing at least 58 people.