Olympic organizers keep an eye on the direction of Typhoon Nepartak. The schedule of outdoor sporting events may be adjusted if necessary. Meteorological Department Heavy rain is expected in the Tohoku region and Kanto-Cochin,
NHK news agency reported Typhoon Nepartak. swept across the coast of Japan While theare being heldOlympics by the Meteorological Agency, the storm is expected to make landfall in the northeastern part of the country. During the evening to the morning of 27 July 64 in the morning, the storm moved in the eastern sea of Japan and headed southwest. With gusts at 108 kilometers per hour
, Masa Takaya, spokesman for the Olympic Games organizers, said that if the storm Nepartak blowing up the coast of Japan Outdoor sporting events may be affected. The organizers keep an eye on the direction of the storm's movement. If the storm blows ashore and causes damage, the competition may need to be modified. While the surfing competition has changed the schedule previously.
After this, Typhoon Nepartak is expected. It will result in heavy rainfall in the Tohoku, Kanto-Cochin and Hokuriku regions with cumulative rainfall of up to 200 millimeters per day. and had a gust of 103 kilometers per hour in the Kanto region. At the same time, a landslide warning was issued. flash flood and water overflowing the banks after this The organizers of the Olympics And surfers are still keeping a close eye on the storm situation. that will affect the competition schedule or not
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