Published On: Tue, Oct 8th, 2019

Typhoon Hagibis: Horror map sends super typhoon to Tokyo ahead of Rugby World Cup clash | World | News

JMA official Yoshinori Muira told AFP: “The Honshu main islands will see heavy rains from as early as Friday, and the peak of the bad weather will be on Saturday and Sunday.”

Super Typhoon Hagibis is currently categorised as violent, JMA’s highest classification.

Gusts of 195mph was recorded on Tuesday, and although Hagibis is forecast to weaken ahead of landfall, it will still remain a powerful storm.

If the current forecast holds, the danger would appear to be lower for crunch games in the southwest.

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