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AssistAlert: Tropical Storm Yun-yeung to Make Landfall in Japan

AssistAlert: Tropical Storm Yun-yeung to Make Landfall in Japan


Tropical Storm Yun-yeung to Make Landfall in Japan


As Tropical Storm Yun-yeung moves through the Philippine Sea, its trajectory is anticipated to make landfall over Aichi Prefecture in the early afternoon on Friday, September 8th. The storm is anticipated to weaken to a tropical depression as it passes over Honshu Island through Saturday, September 9th. As of late September 7th, the Japan Meteorological Agency issued a bulletin regarding the storm system, warning of heavy rainfall, strong winds, and possible thunderstorms in the coming days. The agency has also issued a number of yellow weather advisories across the central and southern regions. Nippon Airways have canceled flights to and from Hachijojima Airport in southern Izu Islands and Shizuoka Airport September 8th. The airline also warned of flight disruptions at Tokyo's Haneda and Narita international airports September 8th through the 9th.


  • Monitor local media for weather updates and advisories
  • Confirm all transport reservations in advance
  • Anticipate travel delays
  • Do not drive on flooded roads
  • Have an emergency bag/kit prepared in the event of evacuation
  • Charge battery powered devices in anticipation of outages


Members are encouraged to contact Assist America if travel assistance is required.



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