Two weeks after deadly Typhoon Hagibis flooded millions in Japan, more heavy rain looms

Washington Post 0 month ago
Moisture streaming ahead of Typhoon Bualoi will set the stage for renewed flooding

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The Sun › 1 month ago
SUPER Typhoon Hagibis is currently a huge Category 5 storm and fast approaching Japan. It has already disrupted the Rugby World Cup with England’s game against France already cancelled. What is the latest update on Typhoon Hagibis? Typhoon Hagibis...
The Sun › 1 month ago
JAPAN Rugby World Cup players waded through a flooded stadium in Tokyo as the powerful Typhoon Hagibis is barrelling towards the country. The team was forced to leave the stadium ahead of their match with Scotland while the typhoon threatens to bring...
The Sun › Sports › 1 month ago
SCOTLAND’S Rugby World Cup quarter-final hopes are still alive after bosses decided their crucial game against Japan could go-ahead amid a deadly typhoon. Japan is currently being battered by Typhoon Hagibis which has already killed seven and injured...
The Guardian › 1 month ago
Japan’s Typhoon Hagibis made landfall south of Tokyo on Saturday evening with heavy rain, which flooded the city and surrounding areas. The death toll has reached 36 and many people are still missing.
Axios › 1 month ago
Typhoon Hagibis triggered deadly floods and landslides as it swept over Japan Saturday, the Wall Street Journal reports.The latest: Japan’s chief government spokesman Yoshihide Suga told AP at least 7 people were dead and 15 others were missing after...
The Sun › 1 month ago
BRITS are braced for “danger to life” flooding today as the Met Office has issued “severe” warnings for rain in parts of the country. The alerts came as forecasters revealed how Japan’s deadly Typhoon Hagibis could impact the UK weather from...
UPI › 0 month ago
Ninety percent of the tens of thousands of Japanese homes flooded by Typhoon Hagibis this month are not eligible for government recovery aid, officials say.
The Sun › 1 month ago
AT LEAST 19 people have been killed and more than 100 are injured after Typhoon Hagibis battered Japan with the heaviest rain and winds in 60 years. More than seven million people were evacuated and 16 people are still missing after the 140mph storm...
The Sun › 1 month ago
AT least 26 people have died and more than 175 left injured after Typhoon Hagibis battered Japan with the heaviest rain and winds in 60 years. More than seven million people were evacuated and 18 people are still missing after the 140mph storm made...
Business Insider › Automobile › 1 month ago
Flooding from Typhoon Hagibis has destroyed a fleet of bullet trains worth ¥32.8 billion ($300 million), according to The Japan Times. The flooded bullet train yard was in Nagano, a city to the northwest of Tokyo. The East Japan Railway Company said...
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