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Typhoon threatening Japanese GP weekend

Japanese Grand Prix – Typhoon Hagibis is threatening this weekend's race at Suzuka, after a recent update from storm to typhoon status. Meteorologists are paying close attention to the Hagibis tropical storm, which has strengthened in recent hours to reach ‘Super Typhoon' status. The huge storm is currently to the south-east of the Asian continent, but is expected to continue on a north-westerly path towards Japan over the course of this week. Apparently, it will hit Japan on Saturday, but will have been weakened considerably by then. According to, maximum sustained winds near the center of Hagibis increased from 60 mph at 2 a.m. EDT Sunday to 150 mph at 2 a.m. EDT...
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