Typhoon Ma-On, already at 110 MPH, is soon to become a Category 4 Super Typhoon, and appears to be headed straight for Japan.
However, computer models still suggest that the eye will not make landfall, with the projected path skirting the east coastline of Japan and turning east before getting too close to Fukushima. But storms of this type can be fickle. Just click on my 11July2011 posting and see the track actually showing movement south of Okinawa that day. So if these experts three days ago were that wrong, don't necessarily plan your day based on their prognostication four days from today.