TOKYO, JAPAN (Worthy News)– A super typhoon, with maximum sustained winds up to 150mph, is heading straight for Japan prompting the country's weather agency to issue its highest alert.
Neoguri has strengthened into the first super typhoon of 2014 and poses a serious threat to lives and property in Japan.
Neoguri intensified into a super typhoon early Monday morning local time (Sunday afternoon EDT). Currently Neoguri remains a super typhoon with maximum sustained winds of 240 kph (150 mph). — Source
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