May be heavy rain in Hokkaido-Tohoku area
Due to the influence of low pressure changed from a typhoon, heavy rainfall may occur in Hokkaido for 7 days, and especially in the Soya district, there may be a record heavy rainfall that exceeds the rainfall for August and one month in the normal year. The Japan Meteorological Agency calls for strict caution against sediment-related disasters and inundation of low land.
According to the Japan Meteorological Agency, a temperate cyclone that changed from Typhoon No. 4 will approach Hokkaido as it develops over 7 days, resulting in severe weather with extremely strong winds centering on the Sea of Japan side. In the rural areas, it is possible to get a heavy rain of 50 mm per hour.
In the Soya region, the amount of rainfall during the 24 hours until the evening of the 7th is 200 mm, which may be a record heavy rainfall that exceeds the rainfall for August and one month in the normal year. We are calling for strict caution against flooding of low land and flooding of rivers.
It is also necessary to be alert for windstorms and high waves, especially on the Sea of Japan side of Hokkaido.
Also, after passing the low pressure, heavy rain may occur again on the Sea of Japan side of Tohoku.
Due to the stagnation of the front, heavy rain is expected to continue intermittently in the Tohoku region from the 7th.On the Sea of Japan side of the Tohoku region, 100mm to 200mm of rain is rained in 24 hours from the evening of the 7th to the evening of the 8th. It is expected to rain.
Rainfall may increase further over Sunday.
The Meteorological Agency is calling attention to future information in the Tohoku region and calling for caution in sediment-related disasters, inundation of low land, and flooding of rivers.