Two typhoons – “Mirinae” (from the Korean – “Milky Way”) and “Lupit” (from the Philippine – “ruthless”) will come close to Japan by Sunday, the country’s Main Meteorological Department reported.
Typhoon Mirinae, which is assigned the serial number 10 in Japan, will come close to the east coast of Japan on Sunday morning. In the afternoon, it will pass near Tokyo and Chiba Prefecture, after which it will go further to the northeast. By Sunday morning, the pressure in the center of the typhoon will be 985 hectopascals, the wind speed in the center will reach 23 meters per second, with gusts – up to 35.
Typhoon “Lupit,” which was assigned the number 9 in Japan, is approaching from the south and will be near the island of Kyushu by Sunday evening. Currently, the pressure in the center of the typhoon is 994 hectopascals, the wind speed in the center is 20 meters per second, with gusts – 30 meters per second. The typhoon may hit the entire southwestern part of Japan – from the Pacific coast in the southeast to the coast of the Sea of Japan in the southwest and west of the country.