A Massive Super Typhoon Is Heading For Southwest Japan
Japan is bracing for what could be the strongest typhoon to ever strike the country during the month of July, as Super Typhoon Neoguri buffets the Okinawa Islands on Monday. The storm is currently packing maximum sustained winds of 155 miles per hour, making it the equivalent of a strong Category Four hurricane, and it is forecast to intensify slightly during the next 24 hours. The storm is on course to make landfall on July 9th in southwest Japan, on the island of Kyushu near the city of Nagasaki, before moving rapidly northeastward.
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