Tokyo: Japan was on warning Sunday for high winds, complicated sleet and landslides as a nation braces for dual typhoons on march to make landfall.
Typhoon Kompasu was approaching to strike northern Hokkaido island Sunday evening, make-up gusts adult to 126 kilometres (80 miles) per hour, according to a Japan Meteorological Agency.
The storm, located in a Pacific some 100 kilometres (60 miles) southeast of Kamaishi city during 9:00 internal time Sunday (0000 GMT), was already transfer complicated sleet that has flooded rivers in Hokkaido.
The group released warnings for complicated rain, landslides and high waves in and around Hokkaido from Kompasu.
Typhoon Mindulle, located in a Pacific 170 kilometres (110 miles) west northwest of Chichijima island during 9:00 internal time Sunday (0000 GMT), was streamer north toward a Japanese categorical island of Honshu with gusts adult to 126 kilometres per hour, a group said.
Mindulle was approaching to landfall in executive Japan Monday morning, presumably tighten to Tokyo, a group said.
Meanwhile, Typhoon Lionrock was in a Pacific south of a island of Shikoku, though was not projected to directly strike Japan, a group said