Storm Talim badly hit southwestern Japan on Sunday due to which people faced heavy rainfall and sky-scraping winds in the city. It badly affected the normal life of people.
Southwestern Japan witnessed disruption in flight and train traffic on Sunday. Several flights and trains were cancelled after hurricane Talim reached on the southern island of Kyushu. Due to lofty winds, the power lines broke down on Sunday.
18th storm of the Pacific season, Talim stranded hundreds of flights and suspended rail services involving few bullet train operations in Kyushu, as per reports.
The Japan Meteorological Agency cautioned the people about typhoon and directed that the intense rainfall, downpour and high waves might strike the southwestern Japan.
The reports revealed that the hurricane was going towards northeast and it may possibly get heavy winds to the Tokyo area on Sunday. Japan Meteorological Agency has declared Monday as a public holiday in Japan. This decision has been taken to monitor Respect for the Aged Day.
Talim typhoon enforced over 200,000 citizens to leave in China prior this week.