Typhoon No. 1, a large and extremely strong typhoon, is expected to be closest to the Ogasawara Islands from the morning of the 15th to the early afternoon.


From now on, the wind will gradually increase, and on the 15th, a fierce wind and a fierce injury are expected, and the Japan Meteorological Agency is calling for caution against storms and high waves.

According to the Japan Meteorological Agency, Typhoon No. 1, a large and extremely strong typhoon, is traveling north-northeast at a speed of 30 kilometers per hour over the sea south of Japan at 3:00 pm.



The central pressure is 950 hectopascals, the maximum wind speed near the center is 45 meters, the maximum instantaneous wind speed is 60 meters, and storms with wind speeds of 25 meters or more are blowing within 185 km to the east and 150 km to the west of the center.



The typhoon will continue to move northward, and it is expected that it will come closest to the Ogasawara Islands from the morning of the 15th to the afternoon of the 15th.

Be wary of the fierce wind on the 15th

In the Ogasawara Islands, the wind is expected to gradually increase, and the maximum wind speed on the 15th is expected to be 35 meters and the maximum instantaneous wind speed is expected to be 50 meters.



A fierce wind may blow and some utility poles may collapse or the roof of the building may be scattered.



In addition, the wind is strong from the 15th to the 16th on the coasts of the Izu Islands and the Kanto region, and the maximum wind speed is expected to be 15 to 19 meters and the maximum instantaneous wind speed is expected to be 30 meters.



The waves are high with swells on the sea, and on the 15th it will be a fierce 12-meter storm in the Ogasawara Islands, and it is expected to be in the Izu Islands and the Kanto region.

Be wary of heavy rain

With the approach of a typhoon, the Ogasawara Islands will be exposed to developed rain clouds, and there is a risk of extremely heavy rain of 50 mm or more per hour accompanied by lightning.



The amount of rainfall in the 24-hour period until the evening of the 15th is expected to be 200 mm in many areas of the Ogasawara Islands.



The Japan Meteorological Agency is wary of storms, high waves, landslides and low land inundation, as well as calling attention to lightning strikes and gusts.

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