Typhoon 19 will soon land in Shizuoka
At 3:30 pm on the 12th, the Japan Meteorological Agency announced special heavy rain warnings in Shizuoka, Kanagawa, Tokyo, Saitama, Gunma, Yamanashi and Nagano.
It's raining like never before.
A large and strong typhoon No. 19 is moving from south to northeast of Shizuoka Prefecture.
Soon it will land in Shizuoka Prefecture and pass through Kanto.
Severe storms require strict vigilance.
Typhoon No. 19 is large and has a large rain cloud, so heavy rain is expected for a long time.
Especially in the western Kanto, Tokai, Koshin and Tohoku regions, there is a record risk of heavy rain.
Severe vigilance is required for large road floods, sediment disasters, river floods, and floods.
In addition to preparing for the storm, measures against heavy rain are also necessary.
Since the 12th to 13th is a high tide, it is necessary to pay attention to the high tide along the coast.
Potentially VERY dangerous typhoon heading for Japan.— Tokyo Lens (@Tokyo_Lens) October 11, 2019
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Japan receives ±20 typhoons per year but this Hagibis could be the strongest typhoon 🇯🇵 has faced since 1958, which left >1,2k people dead/missing.— 𝓛𝑜𝓋𝑒, Benjy 💗 (@likepaperrings) October 12, 2019
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Tomorrow,typhoon nineteen will come.
Everyone who stay in Japan,
Please stay safe.