Due to the warm and moist air and the cold air above, the atmospheric conditions are expected to become unstable over the 26th, mainly on the Pacific side of eastern and western Japan. We are calling for you to be careful about the gusts of the wind.

According to the Japan Meteorological Agency, warm and moist air is flowing in from the south, so it rains mainly on the Pacific Ocean side from the Tokai to Kyushu, and rain clouds are developing locally.



After that, it is expected that the low pressure system that occurs in the south of Honshu will develop and move east.



Due to the moist air flowing toward the low pressure system and the cold air in the sky, the atmospheric condition is expected to become unstable over the 26th, mainly on the Pacific Ocean side of eastern and western Japan.



Especially in the Tokai, Kanto Koshin, and Izu Islands, where low pressure is approaching, rain clouds develop locally and extremely heavy rains may occur, resulting in heavy rains.



The amount of rain in the 24 hours until the morning of the 26th

is expected to be


200 mm in the Tokai


region and 180 mm in the Kanto Koshin region.



The Japan Meteorological Agency pays close attention to landslides, inundation of low land, flooding of rivers, lightning strikes, tornadoes, and other severe gusts, and calls attention to "hail".



If there are signs that a developed cumulonimbus cloud is approaching, such as a sudden cold wind, move to a sturdy building to ensure safety.

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