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    Posted July 8, 2014 by
    rurik70
    Location
    Okinawa, Japan
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    Severe weather

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    Neoguri downgraded quite rapidly from a Category 4 to a 3 just before brushing past the Ryukyu Islands. Specifically Okinawa.

     

    The winds strength is very intense. It shakes the structure of solid concrete buildings.

     

    There has been a loss of power on Chibana Housing area but most of the local Japanese areas still retain or had a very short period of power loss.

     

    Here is a list of reported outages for US military facilities:

    - Plaza Housing area

    - Chibana Housing area

    - Sebille Manor, B5335

    - Camp Foster Tower B377

    - Arnold Terrace Housing area

    - Washington Heights Housing area

    - Voice of America Housing area

    - B4513, B4563A, B4506 on Camp Courtney Housing area

    - Navy Lodging

     

    Ironically, some of the local Japanese have decided to take an unusual approach to the typhoon. A Japanese man ran naked thru the street in Naha, Okinawa.

     

    The last photo (a split photo) is of a vehicle flipped during Typhoon Jelawat (top image) and the bottom is of a vehicle flipped during this typhoon.

     

    Wind speeds are averaging 91km/h (56mph) and gusting up to 122km/h (75mph). These wind speeds have been calculated by the storm station on Camp Hansen.

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