Typhoon No. 12 is quite close on 24th to 25th, or there is a risk of heavy rain September 22nd 11:56
Typhoon No. 12 is moving northward over the sea south of Japan, and may approach western and eastern Japan from the 24th to the 25th.
The Japan Meteorological Agency is calling for attention to the latest information, as rain and wind may intensify mainly on the Pacific side of western and eastern Japan due to active frontal activities.
According to the Japan Meteorological Agency, Typhoon No. 12 is moving northward over the sea south of Japan, and will gradually change its course to the east, and there is a risk that it will approach western and eastern Japan from the 24th to the 25th.
The wind is getting stronger on the Pacific side, and the maximum wind speed expected on the 24th is expected to be 20 to 24 meters in the Tokai, Kanto, and Izu Islands, and the maximum instantaneous wind speed is expected to be 25 to 35 meters, which is accompanied by swells. It is expected.
In addition, warm and moist air will flow in and the activity of the front will become active, and from the night of the 22nd to the Friday of the 25th, the rain will intensify mainly on the Pacific side of western and eastern Japan, and there is a risk of heavy rain.
The amount of rain in the 24 hours until the morning of the 23rd
is expected to be 120 mm
Kinki, Tokai, and Izu Islands, and in
the 24 hours until the morning of the 24th, it is
200 mm to 300 mm in the Tokai,
Kinki and Izu Islands. It
is expected that it will rain 100
to 200 mm in
Japan and 100 to 150 mm in Kanto Koshin.
After that, the rainfall may increase over the 25th.
The Japan Meteorological Agency is paying attention to the latest typhoon information such as course and degree of development, and is calling for early preparation from now on.