Typhoon Kanun, the powerful typhoon No. 6 that was heading메이저놀이터 west toward China after destroying houses and cutting off power supply in southern Japanese islands such as Okinawa, turned 180 degrees toward Okinawa. It is feared that more rain will fall in the Okinawa region.
As of 7:00 pm on the 3rd, Kanun is heading west at a slow speed from the north of Miyako Island, Okinawa, but is expected to turn east again on the 4th, the Japan Meteorological Agency said.
If Kanun, which means jackfruit in Thai, moves eastward again as predicted by the Japan Meteorological Agency, China, which suffered great damage from Typhoon Eagle No. 5, will be able to breathe a sigh of relief, but southern Japan, such as Okinawa, will again suffer heavy damage due to high waves and heavy rain. increases the risk of worrying about
The Korea Meteorological Administration predicted that Kanun’s power has weakened, but as of the evening of the 3rd, strong winds of 162km/h are still maintained, and heavy rain of up to 200mm will be sprinkled by noon on the 4th.
China and Taiwan are also unable to completely lift their borders. Even if the typhoon turns eastward, the radius of strong winds exceeding 90 km/h has widened to 100 km, the Central Weather Bureau of Taiwan said on the 3rd. China’s National Meteorological Center also said on the afternoon of the 3rd that Kanun is in the East China Sea, about 335 kilometers southeast of Yuhuan County in Zhejiang Province, and will bring strong winds and rain to the coast in the region within hours.
China had previously issued a storm warning for the eastern coast, from Jilin Province on the border with North Korea to Zhejiang Province, south of Shanghai. In Zhejiang, ships were evacuated to ports and passenger ferries were suspended. Taiwan closed its financial markets on the 3rd, some northern cities closed offices and schools, and northeastern coastal areas also closed offices as bad weather was expected.