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Meteorologists of the Russian Primorsky (Maritime) territory have advised all ships in the Sea of Japan to find shelter from the approaching powerful Typhoon Nabi
According to forecasts, the typhoon will hit the southern part of the Sea of Japan on September 7. A stormy weather is expected within the following two days with rains, gale winds and six-eight-metre-high waves across the sea. The regional meteorological centre said there are several estimated trajectories of the typhoon movement. According to a forecast made by the South Korean Meteorological Agency, Nabi will come closer to the coast of the Korean Peninsula, and the Japanese Meteorological Agency forecasted that the typhoon would be closer to Japanese Islands. Weathermen of the Primorsky territory share the Japanese view. They believe that Nabi will hit Japan and then south of the Sakhalin Island and Kurile Islands. The typhoon may also reach the Kamchatka peninsula coast. The Primorsky territory will be only slightly affected by Nabi. Stormy winds and rains are expected here in eastern and southern areas. Typhoon Nabi is one of the most powerful this year. Its diameter is 600 kilometres and wind force – 40 metres per second. The way of the tropical storm will be known on September 7 in the morning when the typhoon will reach the so-called pivotal point.
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