As Typhoon MAWAR, the second typhoon to hit Guam, continues to move northward, its projected path along the waters south of Japan has become clearer. MAWAR is expected to pass over the Japanese island of Okinawa on the 2nd of next month and then move toward Honshu, where Tokyo is located.

As of 3 p.m. on Oct. 30, it was about 610 kilometers southeast of Taipei, Taiwan, moving north-northwest at 3 kilometers per hour, according to the Japan Meteorological Agency. The central pressure is 955 h㎩, the wind radius is 430 kilometers, and the intensity is “strong. A strong wind is strong enough to derail a train.

Like last year’s typhoon Hinnamno토토사이트, Mawar is expected to make a sharp turn and approach Japan. Mawar is expected to head toward Japan at more than 10 kilometers per hour around the first of next month. Unless it slows down or changes, such as a sudden expansion of the North Pacific high pressure system, it is likely to travel under the Japanese mainland of Honshu. Margar will enter the Sakishima Islands in Okinawa Prefecture around the 2nd and will affect the main island of Okinawa by the 3rd. This could cause rain and other damage to western Japan.

“There is a possibility of heavy rain in Honshu as the typhoon approaches,” Japan’s FNN reported on Tuesday. “The effects of this are being felt in the air in the center of Tokyo,” FNN reported, noting that the temperature was 26.3 degrees Celsius and the humidity was 73% as of 2:48 p.m., with high humidity during the heat wave. In Miyakojima, which is expected to be directly affected by the typhoon, “residents have been seen ‘stocking up’ on food at supermarkets,” the report said.

Mawar’s closest approach to Korea is expected to be around the afternoon of the 3rd of next month, with little chance of direct impact. However, there is a chance of rain on Jeju Island over the weekend. So far, there is a 30 percent chance of precipitation on Jeju and the southern coast, so it shouldn’t lead to heavy rain.

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