Japan Issues Special Typhoon Warning as ‘Unprecedented’ Storm Approaches

TOKYO—The Japan Meteorological Agency issued a special typhoon warning on Saturday for Kagoshima prefecture on Kyushu, the southernmost of Japan’s main islands, as the region braces for a powerful and potentially destructive super typhoon.
The warning came after the weather agency earlier in the day urged residents to evacuate parts of the Kyushu, ahead of the typhoon Nanmadol, expected to bring up to half a meter (20 inches) of rain when it makes landfall on Sunday.
Nanmadol, classified as a super typhoon by the U.S. Navy’s Joint Typhoon Warning Center, has the potential to be the most destructive tropical storm to strike Japan in decades….

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