Locally very heavy rain Sediment disasters and warnings 30 August 5:06
The front line continues to be active, with very heavy rains locally in western and eastern Japan. There are areas where the ground has become loose due to the rain so far, and the Japan Meteorological Agency has called for continued alerts to landslide disasters, inundation of low land, river flooding and so on.
According to the Japan Meteorological Agency, the front that has caused record heavy rain in northern Kyushu continues to stagnate from west Japan to the eastern Japan, and warm and humid air flows into the front and the atmosphere remains unstable.
Rain clouds developed mainly on the Pacific Ocean side, and in the 1 hour until 4:30 am
▽ 55.5mm in Shima City, Mie Prefecture
▽ A very heavy rain of 53 mm in Minamata City, Kumamoto Prefecture.
The amount of rainfall since the beginning of the fall on this month reached 500 to 600 mm or more, and in Saga, Kumamoto and Kagoshima prefectures, there are areas where earth and sand disaster warning information has been announced.
The front is expected to move slowly southward, and the unstable atmosphere will continue for 30 days, and there is a risk of extremely heavy rain of 50 mm or more per hour centering on the Pacific side of western Japan and eastern Japan.
There are places where the ground has been loose due to the rain so far, and the Japan Meteorological Agency has continued to be wary of earth and sand disasters, inundation of low land, flooding rivers, and calling for sufficient attention to gusts of lightning and tornadoes.