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Typhoon may bring heavy rain to eastern Japan, disrupt transport

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while downpours are expected in the early hours of Friday in Osaka, 

Been up since six.Where it at?

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Looks like it's already over the sea east of Chiba. What a nothing that was.

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More of a topical storm than a typhoon. Now out to sea.

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What a nothing that was.

That's the best kind of typhoon.

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rain?

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None of the weather/storm sites I always check out even has a typhoon listed as being anywhere near Japan.

Only the Japanese media has reported that a typhoon is going by.

All we had yesterday in southern Japan was some moderate rainfall with hardly any wind.

I've lost a lot of faith in Japanese forecasters when it comes to actual speed/category/size of storms these past few years.

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I've lost a lot of faith in Japanese forecasters when it comes to actual speed/category/size of storms these past few years.

I'm with you there.They got no idea. About as reliable as democracy in China.

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The very rliable Tropical Storm Watch website dowen't even show a tropical depression, let alone a typhoon. Where did information on this no-existant "typhoon" come from?

And yes, the forecasts here in recent months have constantly been way off.

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after heavy rain in some western regions

Must have been pretty far west. Barely had sprinkles in Hiroshima.

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