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TYPHOON NANMADOL

Japan Times
JAPAN
Sep 25, 2022
Three killed as storm lashes central Japan
Thousands were without running water and power in central Japan on Sunday after a storm dumped record rains on the region, triggering floods and landslides, and leaving at least three dead.
Japan Times
JAPAN
Sep 20, 2022
Typhoon Nanmadol weakens after bringing heavy rains to southwest Japan
The storm — one of the most powerful the country has ever seen when it reached the Kyushu region — became an extratropical cyclone after leaving two dead and at least 115 injured.
Japan Times
JAPAN
Sep 20, 2022
At least two dead as Typhoon Nanmadol slams into Japan
The powerful storm was forecast to dump heavy rain on large parts of Honshu on Tuesday, leading to risks of floods and landslides, the Meteorological Agency said.
Japan Times
JAPAN
Sep 19, 2022
Live updates on Typhoon Nanmadol
Much of Japan is on the alert for severe weather conditions as a slow-moving yet powerful typhoon, known as Typhoon No. 14 in Japan, and elsewhere as Typhoon Nanmadol, makes it way up the archipelago.
Japan Times
JAPAN
Sep 19, 2022
Powerful Typhoon makes landfall in southern Japan as thousands take shelter
The weather agency issued rare 'special warnings' for Kagoshima and Miyazaki prefectures — alerts that are issued only when dangerous conditions seen once in several decades are forecast.
Japan Times
JAPAN
Sep 17, 2022
Japan issues rare special warning as 'violent' Typhoon Nanmadol approaches Kyushu
The warning, only issued for the most extreme storms, means that forecasters predict a large-scale disaster that is only seen once every few decades.

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