The activity of the front line has become active, and it is raining extremely heavily in Kyushu, so it is necessary to be vigilant against sediment-related disasters, as well as to be vigilant against inundation of low land and flooding of rivers.

On the 12th, the range of rain will spread to eastern Japan and northern Japan, which may lead to heavy rain leading to disasters, so please check the latest information.

According to the Japan Meteorological Agency, due to the active activity of the front lines, rain clouds that have developed mainly in western Japan such as Kyushu and the Chugoku region continue to fall.

In the hour until 10 am, it

rained 56.5 mm in Sawara Ward


Fukuoka Prefecture

, 47 mm in Nakatsu City


Oita Prefecture

, and 44.5 mm in Mt. Ikoma


Osaka Prefecture. ..

Due to the rain that has fallen so far, the risk of sediment-related disasters has become extremely high in Fukuoka, Saga, Oita, Nagasaki, Kumamoto, and Kagoshima prefectures, and there are areas where "sediment-related disaster warning information" has been announced. In addition, in Yamaguchi and Fukuoka prefectures, there are rivers that exceed the "flood risk water level" where the risk of flooding is extremely high.

On the 12th, it will rain very heavily with lightning, mainly in Kyushu, and there is a risk of heavy rain in a wide range of other western, eastern, and northern Japan.

Where there is a lot of rain in the 24 hours until the morning of the 13th,

▽ Northern Kyushu 300 mm,

▽ Southern Kyushu 250 mm,

▽ Shikoku 200 mm,

▽ Kinki 180 mm,

▽ Chugoku region and Tokai 120 mm,

▽ It is expected to be 100 mm in Kanto Koshin and Tohoku.

After that, in the 24 hours until the morning of the 14th,

▽ Northern and Southern Kyushu, Shikoku, Kinki, Tokai, Kanto Koshin 200 mm to 300 mm,

▽ Chugoku region and Hokuriku 100 mm to 200 mm,

▽ Tohoku 100 mm Is expected to be 150 mm.

Be wary of sediment-related disasters, be wary of inundation of low land and flooding of rivers, and be careful of gusts such as lightning strikes and tornadoes.

In addition, the front will be stagnant near Japan over the next week, and moist air will continue to flow in, so the Japan Meteorological Agency says that heavy rains such as the "end of the rainy season" may occur in various parts of western and northern Japan.

It is important to take early measures, such as confirming the risk of disaster in the place where you live in advance with a hazard map, etc., and confirming the place and method of evacuation.

Check the conditions of rain clouds and the risk of sediment-related disasters in more detail than usual, and move to a safe place before the danger approaches.