Typhoon No.10 Moving from East to West
For the first in the Japanese history, a typhoon has moved from the east to west on the Pacific Ocean immediately south of the Japanese Archipelago.
It is Typhoon No.10 (Lionrock) that finally landed yesterday on the Pacific coast of the Tohoku (northeast) region of Honsyu Island after it turned around at the sea area east of Okinawa Island (the southernmost major island of Japan) and moved from the southwest to the northeast, following back to the direction it had taken from the east to the west two weeks ago or so.
Typhoons usually have access to Japan from southwest to northeast. But most probably for the first time in the written history, a typhoon has moved to the opposite direction.
Maybe a great warning for global warming or something about Japan it must be.
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