Historic Flooding Strikes Japanese City of Joso in Wake of Etau

Historic Flooding Strikes Japanese City of Joso in Wake of Etau
Eric Leister
By Eric Leister, Meteorologist
September 10, 2015; 9:00 PM ET

Days of heavy rainfall have left parts of Japan dealing with historic flooding as rain from former Tropical Storm Etau continues to fall.

Rainfall totals of 150-300 mm (6-12 inches) were common across southern and central Honshu with localized amounts exceeding 600 mm (24 inches).

Thousands Evacuated as Floods Hit Central Japan

via Historic Flooding Strikes Japanese City of Joso in Wake of Etau.

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