Strongest winds in Tokyo since 1959!

  • Winds topping 90 km/h

  • Train, business and flights halted!

  • Major non-typhoon storm

A windstorm generated by a low pressure is battering Japan’s capital city of Tokyo, the storm is crossing the country from the south-west. The winds of this storm could reach above 56 miles per hour. Sustained winds of 90 kilometers per hour would be the strongest to hit the capital since 1959, when a storm hit Tokyo with winds of 97 kph.

As of now three people have died in the city due to severe winds however these are unconfirmed reports.

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