Tropical Cyclone To Target Japan Next Week


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While Fung-wong still poses a threat for flooding rain and mudslides in South Korea and Japan through Thursday, another threat is already brewing in the Western Pacific.
A broad area of low pressure is producing numerous showers and thunderstorms to the east of Guam and is likely to become a…

While Fung-wong still poses a threat for flooding rain and mudslides in South Korea and Japan through Thursday, another threat is already brewing in the Western Pacific.

A broad area of low pressure is producing numerous showers and thunderstorms to the east of Guam and is likely to become a tropical depression with in the next 24 hours.

As the cyclone wraps up and intensifies over the next couple of days, it will bring increasing wind and rain to the Mariana Islands. While Guam will feel some of the impacts, the worst weather will remain to the north.

This cyclone will then continue to the north and northwest this weekend over the open waters between the Mariana Islands and Japan over an area that will likely allow the storm to strengthen into a typhoon.

The key to the movement of this cyclone will be a trough that is still thousands of miles west of Japan in Siberia. This trough will quickly move westward and interact with the cyclone early next week.

The faster this trough arrives, the sooner the cyclone will turn north and then northeast with a greater chance to avoid landfall in Japan.

If the trough is slower to interact with the cyclone, then the cyclone will be able to advance farther west before turning to the north and northeast which could result in landfall of a powerful typhoon in southern or eastern Japan.

People living in or traveling to Japan should closely monitor the track of this organizing cyclone in the coming days. The most likely time frame for impacts on Japan would be Monday and Tuesday of next week.

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