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Tag Archives: Japanese typhoon
Typhoon heads for Japanese volcano
Typhoon Goni, which was located just east of Taiwan on Sunday morning, is expected to track across the western side of Kyushu Island in SW Japan through Monday. There is a risk it could bring up to 200mm of rainfall in … Continue reading
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Typhoon Phanfone heading for Japan
October is usually one of the most active months for tropical cyclones in the western North Pacific. These storms can affect many countries with Pacific coasts including the Philippines, China, Korea and Japan. In 2013 there were eight tropical cyclones … Continue reading
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Typhoon Neoguri heading for Japan
Typhoon Neoguri formed in the western Pacific several days ago and has its sights set on Japan in the next few days. Peaks winds were estimated to be near 155 mph yesterday as the typhoon approached the Ryukyu Islands of … Continue reading
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