Storm remains threat, bringing rain as it lurks off coast A storm off Japan's east coast remained a threat to the Tokyo Olympics on Tuesday, despite not battering the host city with devastating winds and rain as initially feared. Pandemic Olympics endured heat, and now a typhoon's en routeThe Tokyo Olympics have been delayed by the pandemic and then opened under oppressive heat, and now a typhoon is on... Typhoon with winds of up to 129mph to hit Olympics tomorrowBut organisers believe it is 'unlikely to cause much disruption'. Tropical Storm Nepartak could make landfall Tuesday on Japan's main islandOlympic organizers said Tuesday's competitions would go on as scheduled, except for a small number of events that were already rescheduled. Olympians face scorching heat, potential typhoon as Games shoulder onThe 2020 Summer Olympics, beleaguered by delays, pandemic restrictions and skyrocketing temperatures, now has to contend with a massive rain storm arriving Tuesday morning. Pandemic Olympics endured heat, and now a typhoon's en routeThe Tokyo Olympics have been delayed by the pandemic and then opened under oppressive heat, and now a typhoon is on the way Tokyo braces as storm snarls schedules after withering heatTokyo, host of the summer Olympics, is bracing for a storm that has begun to disrupt competition schedules this week, though the surfers have taken the predicted rougher weather in their stride. Tokyo Olympics brace for Tropical Stormu00a0Nepartak, preemptively shift rowing scheduleTropical Stormu00a0Nepartak, which formed Friday night over the western Pacific Ocean, may arrive at the shores of mainland Japan by Tuesday.