Typhoon Noru Causes Flooding in Kagoshima

StoryfulWeather Published August 6, 2017 0 Plays

Rumble Typhoon Noru brought torrential rains and caused flooding in Amami, in Japan’s Kagoshima Prefecture, on August 5. The typhoon hit Japan’s southern islands on Saturday, killing at least one person, NHK reported. The storm inched close to southern Kyushu on Sunday and would bring “extremely heavy rain” to eastern and western Japan, according to the Japan Meteorological Agency. Forecasters also warned of flooding and rising water levels. Credit: YouTube/minoru satomura via Storyful