On the 19th, the maximum temperature reached 35 degrees Celsius for the first time in 21 years in Sapporo, and it was a hot day of over 35 degrees Celsius, mainly inland from northern Japan to western Japan.



Severe heat is expected to continue for 20 days, so caution is required for heat stroke.


Avoid going out as much as possible, and take measures such as frequent hydration and proper use of air conditioners.

It was sunny over a wide area from northern Japan to western Japan, and the Japan Meteorological Agency announced on the morning of the 19th that "the rainy season seems to have ended in Shikoku."



With this, the end of the rainy season has been announced in all areas except Hokkaido, where there is no rainy season.



The highest temperature during the day is


▽ 37.3 degrees in Oshu City Esashiku Atago in Iwate Prefecture and Katsunuma in Koshu City in Yamanashi Prefecture,


▽ 37.2 degrees in Fukushima City and Kyoto City,


▽ 37.1 degrees in Kiryu City, Gunma Prefecture,


▽ 35.2 degrees in Fukuoka City ,


▽ It


was a hot day at 117 observation points, which is the largest number, at

just 35 degrees in Sapporo

.



It is the first time in 21 years since 2000 that the temperature has risen above 35 degrees Celsius in Sapporo.



In addition,


▽ Takamatsu city is 34.9 degrees,


▽ central Tokyo is 34.7 degrees,


▽ Nagoya city is 34.5 degrees


, and it is the hottest summer day at 767 points, which is more than 80% of the observation points of

the

Japan Meteorological Agency. It became.



The temperature does not drop so much until the morning of the 20th, and tropical nights that do not fall below 25 degrees Celsius are expected in various parts of western and eastern Japan, and the daytime on the 20th is also expected to be severe.



The highest temperature on the 20th

is expected to be


37 degrees in Fukushima, Kofu and Saga, 36 degrees in


Maebashi, Osaka and Fukuoka


, 35 degrees in Hiroshima, and


▽ Tokyo. It is expected to be 34 degrees in central Tokyo and Takamatsu city.



Avoid going out as much as possible, rehydrate frequently, use proper air conditioning indoors, and take a break outdoors when you are far enough away from people to be wary of heat stroke.

Atmospheric instability due to temperature rise Be careful about sediment-related disasters

On the other hand, the atmospheric conditions have become unstable due to the effects of rising temperatures, and rain clouds have developed locally in areas such as Hokkaido.



In the vicinity of central Ashoro Town, it is estimated that heavy rain of about 90 mm fell in one hour until 3:10 pm, and the Japan Meteorological Agency released "record short-time heavy rain information".



Due to the rain that has fallen so far, the risk of sediment-related disasters has become extremely high in Hokkaido, and there are areas where "sediment-related disaster warning information" has been announced.



Late on the night of the 19th, there is a risk of extremely heavy rain of 50 mm per hour accompanied by lightning locally, mainly inland.



The Japan Meteorological Agency calls for careful attention to low land inundation, river flooding, sediment-related disasters, severe gusts such as lightning strikes and tornadoes, and "hail".

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