Typhoon No. 1, a large and strong typhoon, continues to move northward and is gradually moving away from the Ogasawara Islands.


Chichijima and Hahajima have escaped from the typhoon storm area, but very strong winds will continue to blow, and the sea is expected to continue to be injured over the 16th, and the Japan Meteorological Agency calls for caution against storms, high waves, and landslides. I am.

According to the Japan Meteorological Agency, large and strong typhoon No. 1 is expected to travel north-northeast at a speed of 40 km per hour over the sea 220 km north of Chichijima at 6 pm.



The central pressure is 970 hectopascals, the maximum wind speed near the center is 35 meters, the maximum instantaneous wind speed is 50 meters, and within 185 km to the east and 150 km to the west of the center, storms with wind speeds of 25 meters or more are blowing.



The Bonin Islands have escaped from the typhoon storm region, but very strong winds may blow for the entire 15th, with a maximum wind speed of 28 meters and a maximum instantaneous wind speed of 40 meters.



In addition, the wind is strong over the 16th in the Izu Islands and the coast of Kanto, which are far from the typhoon, and the maximum wind speed is expected to be 18 meters and the maximum instantaneous wind speed is expected to be 30 meters.



The waves are high with swells on the sea, and it is expected that


▽ Ogasawara Islands will be injured and


▽ Izu Islands and Kanto will continue to be injured over the 16th.



In Ogasawara Village, there are places where the ground has loosened due to the rain that has fallen so far, and sediment-related disaster warning information is available.



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

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