In Japan, five people have reported to be died from typhoon Roke, which is further expected to knot Japan from the south-west to the devastated north-east.
More than one million people in central Japan were asked to evacuate the country braces for the arrival on Wednesday, a powerful typhoon. Reports said evacuation warnings to 1.3 million people, including 800,000 in the city of Nagoya, has issued 170 miles west of Tokyo.
Typhoon Roke is suspected of having already killed five people before making landfall. The police in Gifu Prefecture, said a nine year old boy and a woman of 84 was what is missing in a swollen river. The body of a middle-aged man was discovered in a river in Nagoya early Wednesday morning.
Roll out the weather forecast warned that television would Roke landfall Wednesday, bringing heavy rains and high winds.
It is expected that Japan will cling southwest coast, northeast of Tokyo, before and northeast of the earthquake of 11th March and affected by the tsunami.
Nuclear officials played down the fears of the typhoon could cause further damage to the station to Fukushima Daiichi Power, where the worker to cool the reactors, which have cause to defend melted in the disaster in March.