Typhoon Haibeisi has landed in Japan, killing more than 60 people and leaving three others missing.

 Typhoon Haibeisi has landed in Japan, killing more than 60 people and leaving three others missing.

On October 12, local time, affected by Typhoon Haibei, streets and houses in Japans Triple Counties were flooded.

When typhoon landed, the central pressure was 955 hPa, the maximum wind speed near the center was 40 m/s, and the maximum instantaneous wind speed was 60 m/s. The area 330 km southeast of the typhoons center and 260 km northwest of the typhoon is blown with strong winds of 25 m/s. Guandong Jiaxin, Jinji and other areas are within the storm area.

According to the data released by the Meteorological Office, as of 6:30 p.m. on December 12, the rainfall of 48 hours had exceeded 900 mm in Hakongting, Kanagawa County, and 700 mm in Izu, Jinggang County, with more than 2.5 times the total rainfall in October of last year.

On the same day, the Meteorological Department also issued special rainstorm warnings to Tokyo, Qunma, Saitama, Kanagawa, Yamanashi, Nagano and Jinggang counties, with the highest warning level.

On October 12, local time, Typhoon Atami Haibeisi hit Japan, and strong winds set off huge waves and hit the shore.

In addition, Heibeth also brought strong winds. The maximum instantaneous wind speed reached 42.2 m/s at Takeshima Miyagi and 28.8 m/s at Haneda Airport in Tokyo.

According to the forecast of the meteorological department, by the evening of 13, the maximum rainfall of 24 hours will reach 400 mm in the northern land area, 300 mm in the northeast area and 250 mm in the Jiaxin area of Guandong.

Typhoons cause ocean surges. The largest wave heights in the East China Sea, Idou Islands and Guandong are expected to reach 13 meters and 11 meters in the Northeast.

Affected by typhoon, about 150,000 households in the vicinity of Japans capital circle and Shizuoka Prefecture have blackouts, and the power sector is rushing to repair them.

Source: Responsible Editor of CNN: Zhou Xinyi_NB12002