Forecast for Noru has lowered a bit in intensity, from a monstruous sub-900 hPa typhoon to a 950-ish hPa. This still ranks it as a very strong typhoon, but not a cataclismic event.
Trajectory looks very interesting: it seems like it get past Japan, slide between Nipponland and Korea, then follow the coast to the North.
In before:“WHAT IF IT TURNS IN OUR DIRECTION!!1!!!” -> IT WILL NOT, we shall save our Doom Paul pics for a more apt time.
Disclaimer: no forecast is showing Noru turning our way, not even in the slightest, hence no need to worry about it:
He wants to go North, chasing the red area.