Typhoon No. 6, a large and strong typhoon, is expected to move from the west while developing in the south of Okinawa, and will approach the Toshima Islands with a very strong force over the 23rd.
Please be very careful about storm surges, high waves, inundation of low land and storm surges in the Okinawa region.
According to the Japan Meteorological Agency, Typhoon No. 6, a large and strong typhoon, is located 160 km south-southeast of Miyakojima, Okinawa Prefecture at 5 am on the 22nd, and is moving west-southwest at a slow speed.
The air pressure at the center is 955 hectopascals, the maximum wind speed near the center is 40 meters, the maximum instantaneous wind speed is 60 meters, and a storm with a wind speed of 25 meters or more is blowing within 130 km from the center.
▼ At Hirara, Miyakojima City, we observed a maximum instantaneous wind speed of 28.2 meters at 1:11 am, and at Miyako Airport at 3:54 am, we observed a maximum instantaneous wind speed of 25.2 meters.
The typhoon is expected to slowly move westward as it develops further, becoming a very strong force over the 23rd, and approaching the Toshima Islands considerably.
The maximum wind speed expected over the 23rd is 45 meters in the Okinawa region, 15 meters in the Amami region of Kagoshima prefecture, and the maximum instantaneous wind speed is 60 meters in the Okinawa region and 25 meters in the Amami region.
The maximum wind speed on the 24th is expected to be 30 to 40 meters in the Okinawa region, 15 to 19 meters in the Amami region, and the maximum instantaneous wind speed is expected to be 40 to 60 meters in the Okinawa region and 20 to 30 meters in the Amami region. It has been.
The waves are high on the sea in the Okinawa region with swells, and it is expected that it will be a fierce swell of 11 meters over the 23rd.
Due to the approaching typhoon, the atmospheric conditions in the Okinawa and Amami regions become unstable, and there is a risk of extremely heavy or heavy rain locally.
Where there is a lot of rain in the 24 hours until the morning of the 23rd, ▽ Okinawa region 150 mm, ▽ Amami region 100 mm, and in the 24 hours until the morning of the 24th ▽ Okinawa region 300 mm to 400 mm, ▽ Amami It is expected to be 100 to 150 mm in rural areas.
After that, it is expected that the rainfall will be 100 mm to 200 mm in the Okinawa region in the 24 hours until the morning of the 25th.
The Japan Meteorological Agency is calling for strict caution in the Okinawa region against storm surges, inundation of low land due to high waves, and storm surges.
In addition, due to the slow movement of typhoons, there is a risk of heavy rainfall due to increased rainfall due to long periods of storms and fierce storms in the Toshima Islands.
In the Maejima Islands, some houses may collapse due to the violent wind, so we are calling for measures such as moving into a sturdy building before the wind intensifies and moving away from the windows indoors.Keywords: