Typhoon Mawar could hit Japan on May 29, Japan’s National Meteorological Administration warned on May 26.
It is noted that due to changes in atmospheric pressure in some areas of the Japanese island of Honshu, heavy rains are possible. At the moment, the wind speed within the typhoon reaches 55 m/s.
The typhoon, added in management, may reach southern Okinawa Prefecture. Meteorologists urged local residents to be careful when entering the open sea. Storm redistribution: why bad weather happens more often and lasts longer How to compensate for damage from injuries and damage to property due to fallen trees and building structures
Earlier, on May 24, Typhoon Mawar hit the American island of Guam in the Pacific Ocean. A storm was raging in the ocean against the background of a super typhoon, the height of the waves was several meters. The typhoon was the strongest storm to hit the United States in decades. According to experts, the element carries several threats: squally winds, heavy rains.
According to the Joint Typhoon Warning Center, maximum winds at the typhoon’s epicenter early Wednesday were 140 mph (225 km), equivalent to a Category 4 hurricane.