Much of Japan is on alert for severe weather as a slow-moving but powerful typhoon, known as Typhoon No. 14 in Japan, and elsewhere as Typhoon Nanmadol, moves up the archipelago. The super typhoon is expected to bring high winds (in some cases tornadoes) and heavy rain, which can lead to flooding and landslides. On Sunday, millions of people living in affected areas of southern Japan were told to evacuate to storm shelters.
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