Heavy Wind From Typhoon Nanmadol Causes Damage in Japan

StoryfulWeatherPublished: July 4, 2017
Published: July 4, 2017

Typhoon Nanmadol slammed parts of Japan on Tuesday, July 4, bringing high winds, causing some damage, and forcing the grounding of some flights. The typhoon brought heavy rain and wind speeds of up to 89 mph. Rain and wind caused branches to break off trees in the Kumamoto Prefecture, as this footage shows. The area reportedly received over 80 mm of rain. Credit: Facebook/Minami Aso Luna Observatory via Storyful

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