June 12, 2024
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Typhoon Hagibis: The massive storm could smash into Tokyo on Saturday.
Typhoon Hagibis: The massive storm could smash into Tokyo on Saturday.

TYPHOON HAGIBIS could smash into the Japanese capital of Tokyo on Saturday as the country braces for life-threatening conditions this weekend.

Typhoon Hagibis is heading straight for Japan and could hit Tokyo directly on Saturday. The large and violent monster storm is currently located 250 miles west of Chichijima, in the Ogasawara Islands, and is moving north-northwest at 15mph. Packings winds of 157mph as of 9am on Friday morning, Hagibis could put millions of lives at risk in this weekend.

Typhoon Hagibis has been categorised as one of the strongest storms of the year as wind gusts of 195mph were recorded earlier this week.

The storm is now closing in on Japan and is expected to hit wide areas of the nation this weekend.

At the moment, the typhoon is moving northwards over the Pacific to the south of Japan’s main island Honshu.

Wide areas across eastern, western and northern Japan will be affected by strong winds as well as torrential and sustained heavy rain that bring the risk of floods and landslide.


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