Implications for Japan typhoon Guchol Natural Disasters
In the night from 19 to 20 June 2012 the strongest typhoon with a bang walked along the shores of Japan. Honshu. It is reported that by the disaster, one person died from the south-eastern province of Sizhuoka, it hit the wall of economic construction, unable to withstand the wind above 125 km / h Japanese 52 of 15 provinces have been injured.
At the suggestion of the authorities in Japan 150,000 people living in the center, east and northeast of the country, be evacuated, as in that territory a high probability of extensive landslides caused by rains. Hard hit ground and air transport communications. Dozens of rail routes have been canceled or delayed. Because of the rain and gale force winds at the airport stopped working 452 domestic and international flights. 35,000 passengers were forced to spend the night at the airport.
The residence time of the typhoon was quite small, and by morning it cleared the capital of Japan. Weather conditions began to improve. This is the first tropical storm this year for the island nation. So early in June typhoons did not happen in the country since 2004.
Typhoon Talim, which is expected to also look in the island, is currently in the South China Sea and is moving to the northeast at a speed of 15 km / h Residents of the Chinese provinces of Guangdong and Fudzyan already evacuated (60,000 people), more than 80,000 ships moored in safe places.