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Japan braces for typhoon; Toyota, Nissan to suspend production in Fukuoka

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If this is news, are workers usually forced to go to work during super typhoons?

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Can’t the workers sleep at the factory?

Ganbare!

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Redstorm,the storm will hit Busan directly, Fukuoka will be about 100 miles from the center circulation,you can monitor the progress of the storm by monitoring ,when it get near Korea from a weather data buoy Google Data Buoy 22105

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Yrral

we monitor the weather from the JMA

https://www.jma.go.jp/bosai/map.html#4/43.449/132.771/&elem=root&typhoon=all&contents=typhoon&lang=en

Plus we get alerts on our phones.

The center will pass over my location.

Shutters closed.

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Wallace,I am not in Japan,I get my alert from the National Weather Service,unless you in Korea,you will not be 100 miles from the center circulation,the cone is just an outline,it not the center track

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What with the JMA Cartoon characters scrolling along the screen,I prefer our weather service,it more professional

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wallace

Good storm tracking at Windy.com

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USN,Busan will get whacked ,you do not trust the navy Joint Typhoon Warning Center

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Tsushima will get a direct hit,it will be in the eyewall

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Weee! I'm getting the eye of the typhoon early tomorrow morning.

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Hope this biggest typhoon of year so far lets Japan and Korea off lightly.

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Lets hope this typhoon passes soon. The humidity is already unbearable.

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If this is news, are workers usually forced to go to work during super typhoons?

Yup! My wife is an executive for a very large Japanese company and she has to go to work today regardless.

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