Some Olympic rowing competitions have been rescheduled due to expected high wind and rain from a forecasted tropical storm.
Some events have been rescheduled for later in the week, after the storm has passed. Archery competitions have also been rescheduled.
Tropical Storm Nepartak formed in the Philippine Sea, southeast of Japan and just north of Guam and the Northern Mariana Islands, according to the Joint Typhoon Warning Center, a forecasting center in Hawaii operated by the U.S. Navy.
As of Sunday afternoon (in New York), the JTWC said that the storm had sustained winds of 40 mph, and could bring similar winds to Japan on Monday or Tuesday, as it makes landfall north of Tokyo.
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There is still a lot of uncertainty regarding the storm, including its path and intensity. The JTWC said that the storm's path will become much clearer after it makes an expected turn to the northwest. Until then, the storm's track won't be certain, but the forecasted intensity of the storm will likely remain the same.
Sports that are most at risk of being impacted include any in the water, including surfing and sailing in addition to rowing. Depending on the intensity of the storm, indoor events could be at risk as well, as a powerful enough storm with strong winds and rain could lead to power outages from downed trees and wires, as well as flash flooding.
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Several previous rowing events were moved forward a day in anticipation of the storm.