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Here is everything collapsing, have a read:
[link to www.jma.go.jp]

Japan’s Strongest Storm Since 1959 Forecast to Slam Into Tokyo
Airlines canceled hundreds of flights, some train services were halted and thousands of workers went home early as Japan’s weather agency forecast the strongest winds in more than 50 years will hit Tokyo today.

A storm crossing Japan from the southwest is forecast to hit the capital with sustained winds of up to 90 kilometers an hour (56 miles per hour), Takeo Tanaka, head of the weather advisory office at the Japan Meteorological Agency, said in a telephone interview today. The winds are expected to reach peak strength in Tokyo between 3 p.m. and 9 p.m., the agency said.

[link to www.bloomberg.com]

Typhoon-strength storm brings travel chaos to Japan
Over 240 flights were grounded and train services were suspended.

Forecasters said an expanding low pressure system in the Sea of Japan (East Sea) was forcing a cold front over the country, where it was bringing heavy rains and strong winds.

"This is like the core of a typhoon, but it is staying for a long time, whereas a typhoon usually moves rather quickly," a spokesman for the Japan Meteorological Agency said.

"Winds as strong as this are very rare," he said.

The meteorological agency said on its website the strong winds would move northwards into Wednesday, producing waves up to 10 metres (30 feet) high.

"In particular, ferocious winds are expected at sea (in the north) on the Sea of Japan side. Please be extremely wary of violent winds and high waves."
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Japan Airlines cancelled 160 domestic flights, affecting 23,700 passengers, while international flights experienced minor delays.

All Nippon Airways cancelled 83 domestic flights, affecting 8,900 people.

East Japan Railways, which operates a vast train network in the eastern and northern regions, including Tokyo, cancelled a number of long-distance services.

[link to www.google.com]

[Weather Alert] Japan may experience typhoon-class spring storm
At 4:33pm, Kobe marked record breaking 36.5 mm (1.43 inches) of heavy rain storm in 10min at 2pm. The heaviest rain storm since 1937 (NHK 4:33p)

The maximum instantaneous wind speeds were 35.2 m/s in Akashi, Hyogo at 3:30pm, 31.1 m/s in Tsunan, Niigata. Nagoya and Saitama recorded over 25m/s of instantaneous wind as well. (NHK 4:58p).

Osaka area is experiencing strong wind at 4pm (NHK 5:06pm).

The strong wind and heavy rain continues in Tokai (Aichi, Nagoya, Gifu, Mie, Shizuoka) and Kanto (Tokyo, Kanagawa, Chiba area) (NHK 4:58p)

As at 3pm, 60 people were injured and 1 person was killed. (NHK 4:28pm)
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TOKYO COMMUTER ALERT:

It is highly recommended that if people in Tokyo are unable to go home due to the train cancellation. YokosoNews strongly recommend people to go back to their office / school / building. Pay attention to the local transportation information.

Stay inside until the weather calms down.

YokosoNews on Twitter is currently providing


With hourly updates:
[link to yokosonews.com]

Last Edited by The real and almighty Atom-Boy on 04/03/2012 04:47 AM
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Here is everything collapsing, have a read:
[link to www.jma.go.jp]

Japan’s Strongest Storm Since 1959 Forecast to Slam Into Tokyo
Airlines canceled hundreds of flights, some train services were halted and thousands of workers went home early as Japan’s weather agency forecast the strongest winds in more than 50 years will hit Tokyo today.

A storm crossing Japan from the southwest is forecast to hit the capital with sustained winds of up to 90 kilometers an hour (56 miles per hour), Takeo Tanaka, head of the weather advisory office at the Japan Meteorological Agency, said in a telephone interview today. The winds are expected to reach peak strength in Tokyo between 3 p.m. and 9 p.m., the agency said.

[link to www.bloomberg.com]

Typhoon-strength storm brings travel chaos to Japan
Over 240 flights were grounded and train services were suspended.

Forecasters said an expanding low pressure system in the Sea of Japan (East Sea) was forcing a cold front over the country, where it was bringing heavy rains and strong winds.

"This is like the core of a typhoon, but it is staying for a long time, whereas a typhoon usually moves rather quickly," a spokesman for the Japan Meteorological Agency said.

"Winds as strong as this are very rare," he said.

The meteorological agency said on its website the strong winds would move northwards into Wednesday, producing waves up to 10 metres (30 feet) high.

"In particular, ferocious winds are expected at sea (in the north) on the Sea of Japan side. Please be extremely wary of violent winds and high waves."
---

Japan Airlines cancelled 160 domestic flights, affecting 23,700 passengers, while international flights experienced minor delays.

All Nippon Airways cancelled 83 domestic flights, affecting 8,900 people.

East Japan Railways, which operates a vast train network in the eastern and northern regions, including Tokyo, cancelled a number of long-distance services.

[link to www.google.com]

[Weather Alert] Japan may experience typhoon-class spring storm
At 4:33pm, Kobe marked record breaking 36.5 mm (1.43 inches) of heavy rain storm in 10min at 2pm. The heaviest rain storm since 1937 (NHK 4:33p)

The maximum instantaneous wind speeds were 35.2 m/s in Akashi, Hyogo at 3:30pm, 31.1 m/s in Tsunan, Niigata. Nagoya and Saitama recorded over 25m/s of instantaneous wind as well. (NHK 4:58p).

Osaka area is experiencing strong wind at 4pm (NHK 5:06pm).

The strong wind and heavy rain continues in Tokai (Aichi, Nagoya, Gifu, Mie, Shizuoka) and Kanto (Tokyo, Kanagawa, Chiba area) (NHK 4:58p)

As at 3pm, 60 people were injured and 1 person was killed. (NHK 4:28pm)
---
TOKYO COMMUTER ALERT:

It is highly recommended that if people in Tokyo are unable to go home due to the train cancellation. YokosoNews strongly recommend people to go back to their office / school / building. Pay attention to the local transportation information.

Stay inside until the weather calms down.

YokosoNews on Twitter is currently providing


With hourly updates:
[link to yokosonews.com]
 Quoting: Atom-Boy


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Typhoon-strength winds, rain cause travel chaos in Japan
A typhoon-strength storm brought travel chaos to Japan on Tuesday, as violent winds and rain left tens of thousands of people stranded.
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This is like the core of a typhoon, but it is staying for a long time, whereas a typhoon usually moves rather quickly,” a spokesman for the Japan Meteorological Agency said.

“Winds as strong as this are very rare,” he said.

The meteorological agency said on its website the strong winds would move northwards into Wednesday, producing waves up to 10 meters high.

“In particular, ferocious winds are expected at sea (in the north) on the Sea of Japan side. Please be extremely wary of violent winds and high waves.”

The agency also warned heavy rain could trigger landslides and flooding.

[link to www.japantoday.com]

Just needed to secure our Stuff,
falling Flower-Pots are not that nice on our Heads!
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And so it begins...
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04/03/2012 05:17 AM
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They ordered to send the Workers of Tokyo back home earlier today!

To send 8 Million People back Home is very rare
but normally everything stop to work (No Train and No Bus)

They don't want stranded People like we saw 03/11 in Down-Town Tokyo!

Maybe a nice experience to go Down-Town?
But how?

Our Weather Girls wear again Helmets and Overall,
always a Sign for incoming Doom!


Last Edited by The real and almighty Atom-Boy on 04/03/2012 05:18 AM
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04/03/2012 05:21 AM
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Fuku-Daiichi reported 30m/ second Wind!

I do not know if this is good for all the Dust, Pollen, etc,
but we have luck again because it is also very wet!
G.Y.!B.E.
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04/03/2012 05:24 AM

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Fuku-Daiichi reported 30m/ second Wind!

I do not know if this is good for all the Dust, Pollen, etc,
but we have luck again because it is also very wet!
 Quoting: Atom-Boy


Can ya throw in a mention of radiation...will it clean it or spread it around?
Blackadder: Baldrick, how did you manage to find a turnip that cost £400 000?
Baldrick: Well, I had to haggle.
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04/03/2012 05:27 AM
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In which direction is the wind blowing? East might be a good thing for Fukushima.
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Broken Jet Stream begins to show its face.
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04/03/2012 05:31 AM
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storm-pic

The storm dumped heavy rain overnight on Japan’s southwest island of Kyushu before moving northeast toward Osaka and Tokyo.

Cosmo Oil Co. (5007) halted oil barge berthing at its refineries at Chiba and Yokkaichi, west of Tokyo, Katsuhisa Maeda, a company spokesman, said by phone earlier today. The refiner may also stop loading and unloading barges at processing plants at Sakai, south of Osaka, and Sakaide on the island of Shikoku.

JX Nippon Oil and Energy Corp., Japan’s largest refiner, stopped barge berthing at its Marifu refinery in western Japan, as well as its Negishi refinery in Yokohama, according to a company official who declined to be identified citing the company’s internal policy.

Idemitsu Kosan Co. (5019) stopped berthings at its Chiba, Aichi and Tokuyama refineries, spokesman Kei Uchikawa said.

West Japan Railway Co. (9021) canceled bullet train services on the Sanyo Shinkansen line between Osaka and Hakata station in Kyushu, the company said on its website.

[link to www.bloomberg.com]
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Fuku-Daiichi reported 30m/ second Wind!

I do not know if this is good for all the Dust, Pollen, etc,
but we have luck again because it is also very wet!
 Quoting: Atom-Boy


Can ya throw in a mention of radiation...will it clean it or spread it around?
 Quoting: Baldrick


Let me say it in that way:
It will be good for Tepco
and a little bit bad for us!

The last Typhoon Season showed some Impact on the Dust
but it is also very, very wet so the Pollution
do not travel that fast only the contamination
of the Rivers increased after a Typhoon!

When you watch the Tepco Cam:
[link to www.tepco.co.jp]

You can see and imagine what's going on there sfan
G.Y.!B.E.
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They ordered to send the Workers of Tokyo back home earlier today!

To send 8 Million People back Home is very rare
but normally everything stop to work (No Train and No Bus)

They don't want stranded People like we saw 03/11 in Down-Town Tokyo!

Maybe a nice experience to go Down-Town?
But how?

Our Weather Girls wear again Helmets and Overall,
always a Sign for incoming Doom!

 Quoting: Atom-Boy


Do you have a general strike - like it was in Spain some days ago?
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Our Weather Girls wear again Helmets and Overall,
always a Sign for incoming Doom!

 Quoting: Atom-Boy


Do you have a general strike - like it was in Spain some days ago?
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No, afaik there was/are no Strikes in Japan, Post-War!

But always when it gets really bad the Weather-Girls,
the Reporter and even the Presidente start to wear
Helmets and Overall!

We have also Helmets not made by Tin-Foil
because after a Earthquake everything will be instable
and a Helmet provide at least a little Protection!
G.Y.!B.E.
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Fuku-Daiichi reported 30m/ second Wind!

I do not know if this is good for all the Dust, Pollen, etc,
but we have luck again because it is also very wet!
 Quoting: Atom-Boy


Can ya throw in a mention of radiation...will it clean it or spread it around?
 Quoting: Baldrick


Let me say it in that way:
It will be good for Tepco
and a little bit bad for us!

The last Typhoon Season showed some Impact on the Dust
but it is also very, very wet so the Pollution
do not travel that fast only the contamination
of the Rivers increased after a Typhoon!

When you watch the Tepco Cam:
[link to www.tepco.co.jp]

You can see and imagine what's going on there sfan
 Quoting: Atom-Boy


OK so bad shit everywhere.
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Interesting - I did not know, that there are no strikes in Japan! Thank you!
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My heart breaks for these people. And looks like the West Coast USA will be getting a pumped up dose of good ol rads, not that we aren't getting it steady already.
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OK so bad shit everywhere.
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No, not everywhere!

As you can see on the Cam [link to www.tepco.co.jp]
there are massive amounts of Water
and the spreading of Radiation will be limited,
also do not forget the Green Spray,
that Stuff is relative stable and Daiichi is covered in green!

I hope that the Sakura will survive,
some Trees opened their Blossoms yesterday
because no Sakura means no Party on Friday,
the Sakura Parties are the best and whole Nippon is drunk
go
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They ordered to send the Workers of Tokyo back home earlier today!

To send 8 Million People back Home is very rare
but normally everything stop to work (No Train and No Bus)

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Sou da na. Mita koto nai na.
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And Godzilla is rumored to on his way and this time he has diarhea.
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And Godzilla is rumored to on his way and this time he has diarhea.
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blackeye

Typhoon-strength storm brings travel chaos to Japan

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[link to www.tepco.co.jp]
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Our Weather Girls wear again Helmets and Overall,
always a Sign for incoming Doom!

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pics or it didn't happen!


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So?

It's windy. It happens. Why is this a terrible event.

Every Winter they cancel flights in Chicago because of the weather. Big deal.

High winds occur on a regular basis on this planet.

Stop being a drama queen and deal with it.
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Tornado warnings have been issued in Tokyo

Tornado warning in Tokyo area. The news is reporting some deaths

[link to twitter.com]
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Atom Boy, You ROCK!!!! Thank you so much for this awesome compilation of info! I am on an emergency email list, and usually receive an email every time Japan has a 4.0 or higher earthquake... and I thought it was strange that I received an email alert in the middle of the night warning of the high and dangerous wave conditions. Now I know why!

Stay safe!!!

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Most of the Tokyo trains are now out of services. The forecast says the wind could easen at 9pm

[link to twitter.com]
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Me (and Moe) are not Drama-Queens,
we are cute, lovely and handsome!


Typhoon-like storm causes havoc in Japan
With the agency warning of possible tornadoes in the western half of Japan, airlines grounded more than 550 flights and a number of train services were suspended.
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Forecasters said an expanding low pressure system in the Sea of Japan (East Sea) was forcing a cold front over the country, where it was bringing heavy rains and strong winds.---
"Winds as strong as this are very rare," he said.

The meteorological agency said on its website the strong winds would move northwards into Wednesday, producing waves up to 10 metres high.

[link to news.ninemsn.com.au]

Last Edited by The real and almighty Atom-Boy on 04/03/2012 06:50 AM
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Re: Level Red in Japan
So?

It's windy. It happens. Why is this a terrible event.

Every Winter they cancel flights in Chicago because of the weather. Big deal.

High winds occur on a regular basis on this planet.

Stop being a drama queen and deal with it.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 2257547


Chicago

lol

It's almost 8pm here in Tokyo. I can believe a tornado could be lurking. Ears are ringing from shrieking wind all day and its stronger than ever now. This is a freak typhoon that suddenly just materialized over Japan.

[link to www.jma.go.jp]
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Love and blessing to all in Japan.

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