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While the 2020 Summer Olympic Games in Tokyo have already been postponed by a year, a typhoon that recently formed in the eastern Pacific Ocean might threaten the event. The storm, named Typhoon Nepartak, is on course to possibly make landfall on July 27, according to a projection from the Japan Meteorological Agency. The storm could bring winds of up to 78 miles per hour on Tuesday with rainfall of up to 6 inches projected for the Kanto-Koshin region that includes Tokyo, The Mainichi newspaper reported. On the Saffir-Simpson scale, a cyclonic storm with 75 mph or greater winds is considered a hurricane in the Atlantic basin. Rowing events scheduled for Tuesday were postponed, according to the World Rowing Executive Committee, due to poor weather that’s being forecasted. The organization said that the storm could bring high winds and strong gusts, which would create conditions unfavorable for racing on the water. “While it’s still …