Typhoon Hagibis sets in as Japan braces itself for severe weather at Rugby World Cup

Japan is bracing itself with Typhoon Hagibis place to disrupt the Rugby World Cup to rain and wind speeds of up to 12 inches.
The inclement weather has already forced Englands closing Pool D conflict with New Zealands game versus Italy in addition to France at Yokohama from town of Toyota to be called off on Saturday.
Scotland clash on Sunday against the hosts Japan remains in doubt together with Scottish Rugby Union looking for advice regarding the danger that there is a decision accepted for the match, because of the terms.
The Met Office are reporting the typhoon has weakened in force during the previous 24 hours, although in accordance with the Japan Meteorological Agency, this typhoon is expected to be Japans most powerful storm of this year.
The Agency says that gusts up to 135mph could hit Tokyo on Saturday and also have cautioned that houses could collapse in the powerful winds.
Rainfall of 150-300 mm (6-12 inches) is also forecast to land in areas near Japans capital, taking the risk of flooding.
Hagibis is set to track along the coastal Regions of Chubu and Kanto over Saturday, before heading towards the northernmost island of Hokkaido on Sunday.
Over 900 flights have been cancelled so much and train providers throughout the country will be disrupted.
You are able to track the progress of the typhoon here.
World Rugby gave the following advice to fans in Japan:Be prepared and keep safe, remain inside, check typhoon-related updates regularly and follow the advice of local authorities including any evacuation orders and also make certain you have basic food requirements.
Keep traveling documents and essential medicine with you in case youve got to move at short notice and let friends and family in your home state know you are safe.
The organisation also has urged people to travel when absolutely necessary before beginning journeys and check updates.
@Japan2019_ENG can be followed by you for fans on Twitter for up-to-date and regular advice.

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