Typhoon No. 9 occurred in the South China Sea on the morning of the 4th, and a tropical cyclone east of Miyakojima is expected to develop into a typhoon over the 5th.
In the Okinawa region, the wind and rain will intensify over the 5th, and there is a possibility that it will affect eastern Japan from western Japan during the three consecutive holidays, so be careful about the latest information.
Typhoon No. 9 that occurred in the South China Sea on the morning of the 4th is slowly moving northward, and may approach the Okinawa region after passing near Taiwan.
In addition, a tropical cyclone east of Miyakojima in Okinawa Prefecture is expected to develop into a typhoon over the next five days.
The wind was getting stronger in the Okinawa region, and in Naha city, it was past 2:00 pm and the maximum instantaneous wind speed of 21.5 meters was observed.
After approaching the main island of Okinawa from the 5th to the 6th, there is a risk of approaching eastern Japan from western Japan from the 7th to the 8th, which is a three-day holiday.
In the main island of Okinawa, it is expected that it will rain 50 mm per hour on the 5th, the wind will be stronger, and the waves will be higher.
Typhoon No. 9 and tropical cyclones both have a wide range of forecasts such as their course, but the weather may be rough in western and eastern Japan, so the Japan Meteorological Agency is calling for attention to the latest information.