All air and floor shipping in Tokyo has come to a standstill as Japan braces for Hurricane Faxai, with heavy rain anticipated to drench the capital within the coming hours.
Japan Airways cancelled 20 flights to and from Tokyo’s two airports on Sunday, and warned of extra cancellations and delays. Inbound and outbound trains have additionally been suspended, consistent with reviews.
Japan’s Meteorological Company has stated that the hurricane may unload up to 30 centimeters (11 inches) of rain at the area. Nationwide broadcaster NHK warned that high-speed winds may knock over energy traces and that heavy rains may result in flooding and landslides.
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