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Japan's is waiting for a devastating storm
17:46 03.04.2012
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Japan is waiting for a disaster. Japanese airlines canceled hundreds of flights, some train services were halted and thousands of workers went home early as some of the strongest winds in more than 50 years hit Tokyo today.

The Meteorological Department reported about a possible Tsunmi, Storm, which has gained momentum over the Sea of Japan, is now attacking the country. Sustained winds of 90 kilometers per hour would be the strongest to hit the capital since 1959. Head of forecast bureau said, that it is not recommended to go out on the streets. Thus, people were released from works.    

The pacific coast population is warned about 10-meter-high waves. In addition, it was specified that it will be not less then real hurricane (storm with destructive force and duration with speed of 30 meters per second). Bad weather conditions will be maintained in Japan for 4 days.  

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