Day 465.4 18:30 update

Now NHK is reporting that the peak of this typhoon will hit the Aichi area at 2:00 am tomorrow morning. We can expect fallen trees and streets that look like rivers. In other words, do not go outside tonight. (Duh.)

18:07

10,359 have been ordered to evacuate in Ishinomaki City, Miyagi Prefecture. The area was devastated by the tsunami of March 11, 2011, and the rivers are now at high tide, with little protection against flooding.

Here in the Nagoya area, in Tahara, 21,000 have been evacuated.

Update from Weathernews.jp at 17:00 showing Guchol should hit Nagoya around 9 pm.

 

Showing high tide:

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