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Typhoon Hagibis has made landfall in Japan, with strong winds and a heavy downpour battering Shizouka, southwest of Tokyo.
About six million people in Japan have been advised to leave their homes as winds and rains picked up before the typhoon had even arrived.
An earthquake measuring 5.3, according to the US Geological Survey, shook the areas which had been drenched by rainfall. The earthquake was in the ocean off Chiba, near Tokyo.
"Be ready for rainfall of the kind that you have never experienced," said meteorological agency official Yasushi Kajihara, adding that areas usually safe from disasters may prove vulnerable.
"Take all measures necessary to save your life," he said.
At least a total of 10 JAL, 2 ANA Supers + 1 787, 2 Delta, 1 Korean, and 2 HA 330s were parked due to Typhoon Hagibis strolling through Eastern Japan.
originally posted by: research100
a reply to: musicismagic
they are saying they will get 20 inches of rain some areas got 36 inches...and THIS is concerning In Fukushima, Tokyo Electric Power Co reported irregular readings from sensors monitoring water in its Fukushima Daiichi nuclear plant overnight. The plant was crippled by a 2011 earthquake and tsunami.