Japan is bracing for potentially catastrophic Super Typhoon Hagibis, threatening to be stronger than a monster storm that killed 1,200 people 60 years ago.

Category 4 Hagibis has triggered a mass evacuation and flight cancellations, fears of casualties and widespread damage, and chaos for the Rugby World Cup and Formula One organisers.

Forecasters have warned of devastating winds of up to 135mph, storm surges, giant waves, more than 2ft of rain in 24 hours, flooding and landslides.

Life-threatening Hagibis is expected to be the worst typhoon of 2019 and the most powerful storm to batter Japan in 60 years,…



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