Approaching super typhoon No. 10 There is also a risk of rainfall exceeding 1000 mm from the beginning of falling August 13th 6:00
The very large typhoon No. 10 may approach West Japan with a strong force from the 14th to the 15th with a storm, and may land. In addition to severe rain, wind, and barges, the Meteorological Agency is calling for early preparations because there is a risk of heavy rain exceeding 1000 millimeters where there is a lot of rain since the beginning of rain.
According to the Japan Meteorological Agency, the super-sized typhoon No. 10 is moving northwest on the south of Japan, and will develop and become a powerful force in the future, approaching western Japan with storms from 14th to 15th and landing. There is a risk.
A very strong wind has blown on the Pacific side of Western Japan and Eastern Japan from the 14th, and a fierce wind is expected in southern Kyushu with a maximum wind speed of 30 meters and a maximum instantaneous wind speed of 45 meters.
In addition, the sea will become a large area, and in Shikoku, the wave height on the 14th is expected to be 10 meters.
Warm and humid air flows around the typhoon, so on the Pacific side of western Japan and eastern Japan, very heavy rains began on the 13th before the typhoon approached, and after 14th the typhoon itself and the surrounding rain clouds were overwhelming There is a risk of rain.
The amount of rain that falls in the 24-hour period until the morning of the 14th is much ▽ 300 mm in Tokai ▽ 200 mm in Kinki ▽ 100 mm to 150 mm in Kyushu and Shikoku,
After that, in the 24 hours until the morning of the 15th, 400mm to 600mm in Shikoku,
▽ 300mm to 500mm in Kyushu and Kinki,
▽ It is expected to be 300mm to 400mm in Tokai.
In addition, even after the typhoon has passed, it continues to rain due to the influence of moist air, and there is a risk of heavy rain exceeding 1000 mm at the beginning of the rain.
The weather is expected to be stormy during the Bon holiday, and in addition to storms, high waves, and storm surges, there is a risk of increased risk of landslides, inundation, and river flooding in areas with heavy rainfall.
The Japan Meteorological Agency confirms the latest typhoon information and calls for advancement.