Approaching super typhoon No. 10 on the 15th

The very large typhoon No. 10 approaches West Japan with a storm, and may land and traverse on the 15th. Heavy rain, wind, and barge are expected before the typhoon approaches, and the amount of rain from the beginning of the rain is expected to be heavy rain exceeding 1000 mm. Please be prepared early.

According to the Japan Meteorological Agency, the super-large typhoon No. 10 is moving northwest with a storm over 300 kilometers southeast of Tanegashima in Kagoshima Prefecture.

The typhoon approaches West Japan with storms and may land on Shikoku and Kyushu on the 15th.

Due to the influence of moist air from the typhoon, on the 14th, extremely heavy rain falls mainly on the southeastern slopes of the Pacific side of western Japan and eastern Japan. It is expected to rain violently over a millimeter.

The amount of rain in 24 hours until the evening of the 14th is expected to be 300 mm in Tokai, 250 mm in Kinki and Shikoku, northern and southern Kyushu, 150 mm in Okinawa, 120 mm in Amami. It is.

After that, in the 24 hours until the evening of the 15th, 800mm to 1000mm in Shikoku, 400mm to 600mm in Tokai and Kinki, 300mm to 400mm in northern Kyushu, 200mm to 300mm in southern Kyushu and Chugoku region The rain of 100 to 150 mm is expected in Kanto Koshin.

After the typhoon has passed, it will continue to rain, and the amount of rainfall from the beginning of the rain is expected to be more than 1000 mm.

On the 14th, before the typhoon approaches, it is expected that a very strong wind with a wind speed of 20 meters or more will blow around the Pacific side of western Japan. In the southern part of Kyushu, the maximum wind speed is 30 meters and the maximum instantaneous wind speed is 45 meters. Wind is expected.

In addition, it becomes a big offshore at the sea in eastern Japan and western Japan, and the wave height is expected to be 10 meters in Shikoku.

The weather is expected to be stormy during the Bon holiday, and in addition to storms, storms, and storm surges, there is a risk of landslides, flooding, and river flooding in areas with heavy rainfall.

The Japan Meteorological Agency confirms the latest typhoon information and calls for advance preparation before rain and wind increase.