How to prepare for extreme weather events
As Typhoon Nanmadol moves towards the region, authorities are urging the region’s residents to move out. It is reported that the Japan Meteorological Agency has warned that the region is in “unprecedented” risk from severe winds storm surges, severe storms and heavy rain. Around four million residents living in the southern part of Japan have been urged to leave the area due to the typhoon that is descending on the region that is expected to bring strong winds and massive rain, which have resulted in power blackouts, as well as a halt to transport by air and ground. The hardest hit area is Kagoshima prefecture, more than 9,900 residents have sought shelter in evacuation centres.
1. Is there a name for this typhoon, which is currently threatening the area?
Al Jazeera is the name of the typhoon. This is a powerful and significant typhoon heading towards the area. It’s predicted that the storm will produce strong winds as well as heavy rainfalls to the area.
2. What percentage of residents are advised to evacuate?
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3. Do you think it is that JMA is warning this region?
The Japan Meteorological Agency (JMA) has issued a warning to people in the region to be aware that they could encounter severe weather conditions over the next few days. The agency is urging the public to be ready for strong winds, severe rains and large waves.
4. How many people were warned to leave the southern part of Japan?
The estimated 1.6 million people in southern Japan are being urged to evacuate due to inclement weather. The reason for this is the tropical cyclone which is expected to bring heavy rains and high winds to the area. Residents are being advised to be vigilant and ready for flooding or related weather hazards.
It’s clear that Typhoon Nannydol, an intense storm that has the possibility of causing significant damages and destruction will be coming. Authorities are encouraging residents in the affected areas to exercise caution and get out if necessary.