Typhoon Heads Toward Kyushu after Slamming Okinawa

By: The Associated Press
By: The Associated Press

One of the biggest and strongest typhoons to hit during Japan's summer months has churned past Okinawa toward the country's main islands.

The storm has weakened slightly but is still dumping torrential rains.

The Japan Meteorological Agency says parts of western Japan could receive the equivalent of three months of the normal amount of rainfall in just two days as the storm passes.

Typhoon Neoguri is packing winds of 155 mph.

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