Japan prepares for the arrival of the Powerful Typhoon Trami

The Japan prepares for the arrival of Typhoon Trami , which should reach on Saturday (29) the south, and go almost all the islands until next Tuesday. According to the Japanese Meteorological Agency (JMA), the phenomenon must cause strong winds and waves.
Trami, the 24th typhoon this season in the Pacific was listed as "very strong" and was over the ocean about 250 km from Miyako Island and 280 km from Naha in Okinawa at 15:50 this Friday (local time, 3:55 am from Brasília ).
The wind storm was moving at a speed of 15 km / h towards the northwest, with gusts of wind up to 216 km / h.
The JMA predicts that the typhoon will bring winds of up to 252 km / h and waves of up to 12 meters in Okinawa. The archipelago in the south of the country expects up to 200 millimeters of rain until 12 a.m. (local time) tomorrow.
In the next 24 hours until Sunday, rains of up to 500 millimeters are estimated in Okinawa, as in the Kyushu and Shikoku islands. It is also expected that rainfall will reach 400 mm in other regions, according to JMA.
Trami will continue to travel through the island of Honshu, where Tokyo is located between Sunday and Monday, and is expected to have crossed Hokkaido by noon.

Hurricane in the Pacific

In addition to the typhoon, the Pacific Ocean is also hit by a major storm, but this time in the region near the west coast of the United States.
Hurricane Rosa has been downgraded to a storm, but still causes maximum continuous winds of nearly 230 kilometers per hour. Its intensity should not vary much by the next night, the National Hurricane Center said on Thursday.
Rose, a Category 4 storm on the five-degree Saffir-Simpson hurricane winds, was about 975 kilometers southwest of the southern tip of Baja California and trailing west at nearly 15 kilometers per hour. He is the seventh category 4 storm of the season.
"No significant change is expected in the dawn force, but a slowing down is expected until Saturday and a further reduction in wind speed is expected early next week," the NHC said in its bulletin.
The forecast warned that large waves generated by the Rosa should affect parts of the coast of southwestern Mexico, southern Baja California Peninsula and southern California later this week and during the weekend.
"These large waves are expected to cause conditions for bursting and life-threatening return currents," said the NHC, based in Miami, adding, however, that there are no vigils or coastal alerts in place


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