Transcript for Huge Typhoon Threatens Japan
The typhoon is packing heavy rains, winds and ginger is tracking it all. These are the pictures that make you go wow. We site, typhoon neoguri and we can see it from the international space station and that eye has its eye set on Japan. The outer bands being felt at the Japan Marine Corps. They had winds up to 87 miles per hour so the gusts are up there and then they also have two-inch rainfall rates per hour so the rain is coming down hefty and I really do think rain will eventually be the big part of the story because the heart of it has not yet made landfall. All the video you're seeing is just from the outer bands passing by so this thing at its peak was 155 miles per hour, now it's moving north. Eventually northeast but it is decreasing in speed. That's great news as it makes landfall, our time tomorrow night, still somewhere in the 80 to 85-mile-per-hour range but we will see landslides. They can see up to 15 inches of rain. We have our own severe weather that I'll talk about in a few minutes. Thank you. First to "Gma weekend" anchor Dan Harris in for Amy
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