Dzhelavat ceased to be a serious threat to Japan

Dzhelavat ceased to be a serious threat to Japan's Natural Disasters

Tropical Storm Dzhelavat loses its intensity, leaving almost all its power from the Japanese Ryukyu Islands. Still, the system will continue to bring precipitation in the most densely populated part of Japan with the status ekstratropicheskogo cyclone.

Vyplesnuv bulk of rain west of Tokyo, Dzhelavat focused on the remaining forces of the center. Honshu. Wind speed was 96 km / h with gusts up to 144 km / h In addition to the coast of the island has risen high enough Surges wave. Rainfall on Honshu could easily pass for a 127 mm, and in mountainous terrain may showers equivalent of 250 mm or more.

As the force of the wind inside Dzhelavata impressive in Japan is possible to cancel several voyages of ten major ports in the country, especially on the southern coast of Japan. More than 50 thousand inhabitants of Nagoya advised to evacuate because of the risk of the local river flood. From the northern coastal city of Ishinomaki already evacuated 10,000 Japanese

This season tropical storm Dzhelavat was the most powerful of all the past cyclones in the western Pacific Ocean. At the beginning of its inception storm even awarded the title of "supertyphoon" and compared to the hurricane category 5. Originally struck on Taiwan and the Japanese Okinawa Dzhelavat caused injury more than 50 people, as well as a power failure in many areas.
Meanwhile, cyclones over the western Pacific Ocean continues to intensify. To the north-east of Guam emerging new tropical storm that has the potential to turn into a typhoon. Fortunately for Japan, the typhoon will be far east of Honshu, and will not affect the island.

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