Typhoon Mindule is tracking towards Tokyo today, new information will be posted below as it comes in, along with video updates at our website.
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Two more injuries were reported in Kanagawa raising the injures from the storm to 12.
10 people reported to be injured. Mainly a result of strong winds and blowing debris.
Before and after look at the Tamagawa River Near Futako Tamagawa, over a dozen rivers in the Kanagawa and Tokyo area are above flood stage.
— ゆきまさかずよし (@Kyukimasa) August 22, 2016
Max Reported Wind Gust as of 1PM JST
Reports of a train caught in a landslide in Western Tokyo. Only six people on board, no injuries reported.
Record setting rainfall in Tokyo Prefecture, 110mm reported in a 1hr period
Typhoon Mindulle has made landfall in Chiba Prefecture near Tateyama
100mm of rainfall in 1hr reported in Ome, Tokyo.
420 Flights now cancelled at Tokyo airports
2,600 homes without power in Chiba Prefecture
All of Saitama and Tokyo put until a Tornado advisory
First reports of damage, partial building collapse in Shizuoka prefecture.
JR Tokkaido Line suspended running from Tokyo to Atami
Record 103mm of rainfall recorded in Amagikogen, Shizuoka in a 1hr period
EVACUATION ORDER for 300 residents in Kamakura along the coast of the Sagami wan, area being impacted by the right front of Mindulle. The Enoshima line along the coast of Kamakura also shut down.
370 flights at Narita and Haneda now cancelled, outer rainbands from Mindulle now coming on shore.
Wind gust in Hachijo Jima in the Izu islands was reported up to 183kph or 100kts.
About 300 flights have been cancelled at Haneda and Narita, Shinkansen lines near Tokyo have also been shut down.
Monday Evening Video Update
Things to remember during a typhoon.