In Japan, issued warnings to evacuate to 100 thousand people

Japanese authorities issued a warning about the evacuation of more than 100 thousand people in connection with the fallen on the territory of the country's main island of Honshu typhoon "Dzhelavat" TV channel NHK.

Currently "Dzhelavat", which became the 17th typhoon of the season in the northwest Pacific, raging in the Kinki region in the western part of the main island of Honshu, and continues to move in the north-east at a speed of 50 kilometers per hour.

As a result, squally winds and the threat of flooding due to raising the level of rivers and coastal waters, an evacuation warning sent to more than 100 thousand people. In particular, one of the largest cities in Japan — Nagoya — warnings received about 56 thousand people. In Aichi Prefecture reported on the planned evacuation of almost 38 thousand people. In Miyagi prefecture, which is still at the mercy of another storm — "Eviniar" warnings were sent about 11.5 thousand people.

According to the National Meteorological Agency of Japan, the pressure in the center of the typhoon is 970 hPa. Squally wind speed accompanying the cyclone reaches 35 meters per second, with gusts up to 50 meters per second.

As a result of the cyclone on the major cities of the region, in particular, Kobe, Nara and Osaka, hourly falls of about 50 millimeters. Squally wind speed is an average of about 30 kilometers per hour, has led to numerous cliffs wiring. The result left without electricity about 158 million homes.

Across the country, canceled about 600 domestic and international flights.

Meteorologists warn of the danger of landslides due to rains accompanying Typhoon, and the need to be careful because of the strong gusty winds

According to the forecasts of the National Meteorological Agency, by Monday morning the typhoon must go to the eastern regions of the island of Honshu, and Tokyo, Japan.

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