Typhoon Number 13 is Coming


Tomorrow or Saturday we are expecting a typhoon to pass over us; possibly directly over us. Regardless of its future path, the rains have started and we’ll get a lot more. Several schools are (or rather, ‘were’) planning Sports Festivals for Saturday. All of those are being rescheduled now, but the back up plans are for Sunday and this storm is moving about 9 km/h right now, putting its arrival time in question.

I’ll be sure to update you if my street floods… maybe even a photo or two.


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4 Responses to “Typhoon Number 13 is Coming”

  1. titus2woman Says:

    The last time we got really heavy rains from a hurricane one of my neighbors was at a bar down the hill from where we live~and his car got swept away! LOL! He was such a good sport about it all…. (((((HUGS))))) sandi

  2. verbivore Says:

    Good luck weathering the typhoon. Because there were never any really scary ones when I lived on Kyushu, I loved the storms. The only way to clear off some of the humidity.

  3. びっくり Says:

    It is a well known rule that you should drive to the bar up the hill when a hurricane is coming. 😉

    Yes, the day after a typhoon is always amazing. I may hike up the mountain nearby again. It could be my one chance to see Fuji from this far away. It looks like the storm will run a direct path from here to there.

    The storm has been moving at 9 km/h, so it will be Saturday before the eye passes over.

  4. びっくり Says:

    Update: Storm sped up a bit and veered right. Seems to be passing by off shore. Looks like the rain may be gone already.

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