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Typhoon pounds Japan Muifa with a speed of 250 km/h hits Okinawa

Japan's Okinawa typhoon weapon has brought heavy downpours and kale force winds to islands in Japan's Okinawa. The meteorological agency said on Monday that, according to the Japan meteorological agency, jm8 Muifa was over waters 30 kilometers south of Ishikawa island with an atmospheric pressure of 955 hPa at its center and maximum wind speeds of up to 216 kilometers per hour.

Typhoon pounds Japan Muifa with a speed of 250 km/h hits Okinawa

 

Japan Muifa  

The jm8, along with warning residents in the typhoon's path to remain vigilant for landslides and rivers breaching their banks, also said the typhoon is packing winds strong enough to damage if not topple homes The slow-moving typhoon, the 12th of the season, is expected to continue to bring severe weather conditions to the stocky Shima islands through Wednesday as it moves northward.

Hadarumah island

It said on Hadarumah island, a record 352.5 millimeters of rainfall was recorded Up to 70 millimeters of rainfall per hour is expected in the Sakishima islands on Monday, while 42 millimeters of rainfall per hour is expected to hit Ishigaki.

According to the weather service, the atmospheric pressure is extremely unstable as a result of the typhoon, and while wind speeds may decrease to 72 to 108 kilometers per hour on Wednesday, Okinawa could see up to 300 millimeters of rain in the 24-hour period through noon on Tuesday, and 50 to 100 millimeters of rain in the 24-hour period through noon on Wednesday.

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