The temperature rises over a wide area on the 25th, and the maximum temperature in Kumagaya City, Saitama Prefecture is expected to be 39 degrees Celsius, which is dangerous.

Be wary of heat stroke, such as diligently hydrating or using the air conditioner properly without patience.

On the 24th, it was extremely hot in various places such as ▽

37.1 degrees in Tokamachi City, Niigata Prefecture,

▽ 36.9 degrees in Hiketa, Higashikagawa City, Kagawa Prefecture, and

▽ 35.6 degrees in Kyotanabe City, Kyoto Prefecture


On the 25th, the

temperature will rise further in eastern Japan and Tohoku, and

the maximum daytime temperature is

expected to be dangerous , with ▽

Kumagaya City, Saitama Prefecture at 39 degrees Celsius and

▽ Maebashi City at 38 degrees Celsius .

In addition ,

hot days are expected to be

36 degrees in Fukushima City

, 35 degrees in Miyako City, Iwate Prefecture, Toyama City, Niihama City, Ehime Prefecture,

etc., 34 degrees in central Tokyo and Kyoto City,

▽ Kitami, Hokkaido . It is expected to be a midsummer day in

a wide range of 33 degrees in the city, Sendai city, Oita city and

so on.

The Japan Meteorological Agency and the Ministry of the Environment have issued "heat stroke warning alerts" to six prefectures from Kanto to Okinawa, saying that the risk of heat stroke is extremely high.

Please be very careful about heat stroke and take measures.

Even next week, the intense heat is expected to continue for some time, with some places expected to have a hot day of over 35 degrees Celsius.

Since I am not accustomed to the heat at this time, I

▽ diligently rehydrate,

▽ do not put up with it and use the air conditioner properly,

▽ remove the mask when there is little conversation outdoors, etc.

Be wary of heat stroke.

Be wary of heavy rain due to the warm and moist air

On the other hand, due to the influence of warm and moist air flowing toward the Baiu front extending from Kyushu to Tohoku, heavy rains may occur from northern Japan to western Japan.

The Japan Meteorological Agency calls for caution against sediment disasters, low land inundation, and river flooding.

According to the Japan Meteorological Agency, warm and moist air is flowing from the south toward the Baiu front that extends from Kyushu to the northeast, so rain clouds spread from northern Japan to western Japan, causing heavy rain accompanied by lightning.

Especially in Kyushu, there is a risk of extremely heavy rain of 50 mm or more per hour.

The amount of

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

is expected to be

120 mm in the southern part of

Kyushu, 100 mm in the northern part of Kyushu, and 60 mm in the Chugoku region.

Atmospheric conditions are expected to be extremely unstable as cold air is also flowing into the sky.

The Japan Meteorological Agency warns against sediment-related disasters, inundation of low land, and flooding of rivers, as well as caution against severe gusts such as lightning strikes and tornadoes, as well as "hail".