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Here's everything you need to know about the typhoons and whether it is safe to travel to Japan and South Korea: A typhoon is a tropical storm under the same category as hurricanes and cyclones. They are all technically very similar but the names differ depending on where they appear. Typhoons are formed over the Northwest Pacific ocean whereas hurricanes form over the North Atlantic Ocean and Northeast Pacific and cyclones form over the South Pacific and Indian Ocean. Satellite image of Typhoon Cimaron approaching Japan, 23 August 2018. (EPA) Typhoon Cimaron is currently about 410 miles north-northeast of Guam, with winds picking up speeds of 75mph - 92mph. Typhoon Soulik has the equivalent of a category three hurricane with gusts up to 100 mph but has since been downgraded to a tropical storm. Typhoon Soulik hit South Korea before unleashing heavy showers and powerful gales on Japan on Wednesday. Accuweather meteorologist Brian Thompson said: "The most significant damaging wind will occur from Jeju Island into Western South Korea, with the strongest winds along coastal areas." He added: "Wind gusts could exceed 100mph on Jeju Island over the southwestern corner of South Korea." Meanwhile, Accuweather predicts Typhoon Cimaron will reach southern Japan on Thursday this week. Kyushu, Shikoku and southern Honshu are at greatest risk.
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