Tropical Cyclone “Jebi” reached Super Typhoon strength on August 31, 2018, and tied with Jelawat and Maria for the strongest storm on the planet in 2018. The current forecast track takes Jebi over Japan’s Honshu island on September 3. The main threat from this storm will be rainfall. Authorities are warning residents to prepare for flooding and landslides.

via Super Typhoon “Jebi” ties for strongest storm on the planet in 2018, heading toward Japan

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Super Typhoon “Jebi” ties for strongest storm on the planet in 2018, heading toward Japan

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