Typhoon Nanmadol hits Kyushu

Ruins will cover Japan! Nanmadol, a typhoon, hits Kyushu. Next up will be Tokyo. On the southern island of Kyushu, one of the strongest typhoons to ever affect Japan has been recorded. 

Typhoon Nanmadol's winds are at least 180 km/h (112 mph).It may rain 500mm (20 inches) in certain places.

At least four million individuals have received orders to leave their houses. Landslides and significant flooding are anticipated. Numerous flights, ferries, and bullet train services have been cancelled.

The storm touched down close to Kagoshima. More than 13 million people live on the island of Kyushu. The 14th Pacific typhoon of this season is Nanmadol. Over the next few days, it is anticipated to move through central Japan on its way to Tokyo.

The nation is well equipped to handle these storms. However, according to scientists, climate change is increasing their size and destructiveness.

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