On the 28th, the temperature will rise nationwide, with the maximum temperature reaching 38 degrees Celsius in the Kanto,, and Kyushu regions, and dangerously hot weather of 39 degrees Celsius in Kyoto and Oita prefectures. Please continue to use air conditioning appropriately and be vigilant against heat stroke, such as drinking water frequently even if you are not thirsty.
According to the Japan Meteorological Agency, a wide area is expected to be covered by a high pressure system on the 28th, and the temperature is expected to rise in sunny weather.
maximum daytime temperature is expected to be 39 degrees Celsius in Kyoto City and Hita City in Oita Prefecture, and 38 degrees Celsius
in Kumagaya City, Maebashi City, and Otsu City in Saitama Prefecture, Kurume City in Fukuoka Prefecture, and Saga City.
▽ Fukushima City, Saitama City, Gifu City, Osaka City, Takamatsu City, Kumamoto City, etc. ▽ Extremely hot days are expected in a wide range of areas, such as 37 degrees
Celsius in Yamagata City, central Tokyo, Nagoya, Fukui, Hiroshima, Fukuoka, etc.
The Japan Meteorological Agency and the Ministry of the Environment have stated that the risk of heat stroke will be extremely high, and that the risk of heat stroke will increase extremely in Kagoshima except for the Tokachi region, Miyagi Prefecture, Ibaraki Prefecture, Gunma Prefecture, Saitama Prefecture, Tokyo, Chiba Prefecture, Kanagawa Prefecture, Yamanashi Prefecture, Niigata Prefecture, Tokai, Hokuriku,, Chugoku, Shikoku, Fukuoka Prefecture, Oita Prefecture, Nagasaki Prefecture, Saga Prefecture, Kumamoto Prefecture, Miyazaki Prefecture, Amami Region, We have announced a heat stroke warning alert in the Yaeyama region of Okinawa Prefecture.
Since the beginning of this month, the number of people taken to hospitals due to heat stroke has increased rapidly and there have been a number of deaths. Strict vigilance against heat stroke is required.
Avoid going out unnecessarily, adjust the room temperature appropriately with an air conditioner even indoors, and take thorough measures such as frequently replenishing water even if you are not thirsty.
On the other hand, due to the warm, moist air and rising temperatures during the day, the atmospheric conditions are expected to be unstable in the afternoon over a wide area from the west Japan to the north Japan, and the Japan Meteorological Agency is calling for caution of sudden heavy rain, lightning strikes, tornadoes and other severe wind gusts.