Japan warns highly effective storm to hit southern area on Sunday By Reuters



TOKYO (Reuters) – The Japan Meteorological Company warned on Saturday of a giant and highly effective storm anticipated to achieve landfall within the southern island of Kyushu on Sunday.

The company mentioned it could problem a “particular warning” for Kagoshima prefecture and the northern a part of Kyushu, Japan’s southernmost primary island, with the potential of excessive waves and heavy rains within the areas.

Hurricane Nanmadol, the 14th of the season, was close to Japan’s southern Minami-Daito Island heading northwest at 20 km (12 miles) per hour on Saturday afternoon. The storm is forecast to curve east and move over Tokyo on Tuesday earlier than transferring out to sea by Wednesday.

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