It is predicted that Nabi (14?) will veer east after landfall, but not before it dumps close to 1000mm of water in Kyushuu – From weather forecast on tv last night. Links to variou news reports from Korea, China, and Japan:

Korea::Southern and Eastern Regions on Lookout for Typhoon Nabi

Accompanied by strong rains and wind, Nabi is expected to visit upon the Gyeongsang provinces and coastal Gangwon province 20-meter-a-second winds and more than 100mm of rain, demanding special care be taken to prevent losses to agricultural products and facilities.

China::Typhoon Nabi to affect east China

Wang Bangzhong, deputy director of CMA’s weather forecast and disaster relief department, said affected by Nabi, the coastal areas in east and northeast China will see stormy weather from Sept. 5 to 7.

Japan::Typhoon batters southern Japan

Around 3,000 residents in two Miyazaki municipalities have been told to evacuate, while about 17,000 households in Kagoshima Prefecture, mainly on Amami-Oshima, lost power.

NOTE: I found it! List of names for tropical cyclones adopted by the Typhoon Committee for the western North Pacific Ocean and the South China Sea. The next time someone tries to tell you that typhoons in Japan don’t have names, point them to that list.

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