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‘Unstoppable’ Super Typhoon Trami is closing in on mainland Japan with violent 134mph winds set to rip through the nation over the weekend

4605850-6217291-image-a-22_1538132823657A large, very strong typhoon is set to rip through mainland Japan over the weekend, bringing violent winds and torrential rain. The ‘unstoppable’ Super Typhoon Trami, which is rated category 2 by Tropical Storm Risk, with category 5 the highest, has destructive winds gusting at speeds as high as 134 mph (216kmh). It is the latest storm to threaten Japan in a year filled with more than the usual number of disasters, including punishing heat, heavy rains and landslides.  Less than a month ago, a typhoon flooded Kansai International airport near Osaka, leaving thousands of tourists stranded. Read More