>> Japan's battening down the hatches. Fierce Typhoon Mindulle sweeping across the country on Monday, making landfall just across the Bay of Tokyo from the capital city. Local media report two people are feared dead and at least ten injured as the storm dumps more than ten centimeters, or four inches of water, an hour on Tokyo.
High winds have forced airlines to cancel at least 400 flights, affecting over 60,000 passengers.>> Our flight's been cancelled and so far, they haven't rescheduled it.>> In the city, trains have been slowed or stopped and authorities are warning commuters of traffic mayhem as flood waters rise. Mindulle is Japan's ninth typhoon of the season.