South Korea, Japan and Taiwan brace for super typhoon Henry

South Korea, Japan and Taiwan are bracing for super typhoon Henry (international name Hinnamnor), which is expected to be one of the strongest typhoons to hit the countries.

🇰🇷 It is expected to arrive in South Korea on Monday and Tuesday.
Landfall is forecast on Tuesday in Busan (South Korea).
The super typhoon will affect the resort island of Jeju on Monday or Tuesday and the Korea Meteorological Administration has pointed out that could be one of the most destructive typhoons in history.

🇯🇵 Japan has ordered evacuations in the cities of Miyakojima and Ishigaki, in the Okinawa region (south), for residents who consider that their homes are at risk from the typhoon.
Rainfall in the 24-hour period through late Monday afternoon could reach 180 millimeters in southern Kyushu and Shikoku; 150 millimeters in the Amami region and Tokai; and 120 millimeters in northern Kyushu.
Powerful winds are forecast in northern Kyushu on Tuesday, with a maximum instantaneous wind velocity of 144 to 216 km/h.

🇹🇼 Taiwan has already issued alerts for winds of more than 200 km/h.
Warnings have already been issued over the cities of New Taipei, Keelong and Yilan County for possible sustained winds of 173 km/h and gusts of 209 km/h.
Landslides have been reported in the mountainous area of ​​Nanzhuang, causing road closures.

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