Typhoon No. 10 Stormy areas such as Kyushu and Shikoku Landing in Western Japan during the day or longitudinal or August 15 6:09
The large typhoon No. 10 is expected to go north while tying up Kyushu and Shikoku in storm areas, and land in Western Japan during the 15th day. There is intermittent heavy rain, and there is a risk that it will rain heavily locally and record heavy rain mainly in Shikoku and Kii Peninsula. Be wary of landslides, river floods, storms and high waves, and be safe in areas where rain and wind are already intense. Evacuate to a safe place as soon as possible in the area where the typhoon is going.
According to the Japan Meteorological Agency, the large typhoon No. 10 appears to travel northward at a speed of 20 kilometers per hour on the southwestern 80 kilometers of Cape Ashizuri in Kochi Prefecture at 6:00 am.
The central air pressure is 975 hectopascals, the maximum wind speed is 30 meters, the maximum instantaneous wind speed is 45 meters, and storms with a wind speed of 25 meters or more are blowing within 330 km to the east and 170 km to the west.
During this time, Kyushu and Shikoku are considered to be in the storm, and rain clouds developed mainly on the Pacific side of western Japan.
In the 1 hour period until 5:00 am, all rain gauges installed by the Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism had heavy rain of 46 mm in Kamikitayama Village in Nara Prefecture and 42 mm in Tsuno Town, Kochi Prefecture.
Due to the rain so far, Kagoshima Prefecture, Oita Prefecture, Ehime Prefecture and Tokushima Prefecture have increased the risk of landslide disasters, and there are areas where "Sediment Disaster Warning Information" has been published.
The wind was strengthened, and a maximum instantaneous wind speed of 35.5 meters was observed before 4 am at Cape Muroto in Kochi Prefecture, and 29.4 meters before 3 am at Fukaya, Totsukawa Village, Nara Prefecture.
The typhoon will continue northward in the future, and is expected to land in Western Japan during the 15th and traverse. In the area where the typhoon itself and the surrounding rain clouds are covered, there may be a heavy rain of over 80 mm per hour locally on the 16th.
The amount of rain that falls in the 24 hours until the morning of the 16th is high,
▽ 800mm in Shikoku ▽ 500mm in Tokai and Kinki ▽ 300mm in Kanto Koshin and northern Kyushu ▽ 250mm in Chugoku and Hokuriku ▽ 150mm in southern Kyushu
The typhoon is expected to pass through the Sea of Japan and move northeast on the night of the 15th, and in the 24 hours from the morning of the 16th to the morning of the 17th,
▽ From 200 mm to 300 mm in Hokkaido ▽ From 100 mm to 200 mm in Tohoku and Hokuriku ▽ From 100 mm to 150 mm in Tokai ▽ Expected to be 50 mm to 100 mm in Kanto Koshin.
There are places where the rainfall has already reached 500 mm since the beginning of the rain, and there is a risk that it will be a record heavy rain with a total rainfall exceeding 1000 mm to 1200 mm mainly in the southeastern slopes of Shikoku and Kii Peninsula . There is also a risk of heavy rain even in areas with little rain, such as the Setouchi district.
A very strong wind blows on the Pacific side of west Japan and eastern Japan over the 16th, and there is a risk that a fierce wind may blow, and the maximum wind speed is
▽ 30 meters in Shikoku ▽ 27 meters in the northern part of Kyushu ▽ 25 meters in the Tokai and Kinki, Chugoku region, and southern part of Kyushu The maximum instantaneous wind speed is expected to reach 35 to 45 meters.
The sea is already in a terrible place, and the wave height on the 16th is expected to be 10 meters in Shikoku and 9 meters in Tokai and Kinki.
Also, it is now a time of high tide with a high tide level, and the time zone when the typhoon approaches is likely to be a storm surge in the low land near the coast or estuary. Be wary of earth and sand disasters, river flooding, low land inundation, storms, high waves and storm surges.
If you have already evacuated to a safe place, continue to evacuate. In areas where rain and wind are intense and flooding has already occurred, it may be dangerous to move inadvertently. In such a case, please move to the second floor or higher of the building to ensure your safety.
Also, in areas where typhoon tracks are expected or where heavy rain is expected, evacuate to a safe place before it becomes difficult to move due to heavy rain and wind.