In Kanto Koshin, Tokai, and southern Kyushu, the end of the rainy season was announced, and in some places it became extremely hot, approaching 40 degrees Celsius.

Be wary of heat stroke at night.

In addition, heavy rains in Tohoku and Niigata prefectures require strict caution against sediment-related disasters and floods.

The Japan Meteorological Agency announced at 11:00 am on the 27th, "It seems that the rainy season has ended in Kanto Koshin, Tokai, and southern Kyushu."

The end of the rainy season in each region is 18 to 22 days earlier than normal, and if it is confirmed as it is, it will be the earliest rainy season in Kanto Koshin and the second earliest in the Tokai and southern Kyushu regions.

Also, if the length of the rainy season is fixed as it is, it will be the shortest rainy season ever.

The temperature rose in various parts of eastern and western Japan on the 27th, and the maximum daytime temperature was

39.8 degrees in Sano City, Tochigi Prefecture

▽ 39.1 degrees in Tatebayashi City, Gunma Prefecture

▽ 38.9 degrees in Koga City, Ibaraki Prefecture

▽ 38.7 degrees in Hatoyama Town, Saitama Prefecture. Degree

▽ 38.5 degrees in Otsuki City, Yamanashi Prefecture ▽

36.9 degrees in Hachioji City, Tokyo ▽

35.7 degrees in the center of Tokyo

▽ 35.5 degrees in Nagoya City


This is the first time that June has been the hottest day for three consecutive days in central Tokyo.

In addition

, ▽ Kyoto city has 34.1 degrees

▽ Osaka city has 32.1 degrees, which is

more than 30 degrees at 494 points, which is more than 50% of the observation points nationwide.

The temperature was high on the 28th, and the maximum daytime temperature was

37 degrees in Kumagaya City, Saitama Prefecture and Toyooka City, Hyogo Prefecture

▽ 36 degrees in Kofu City, Maebashi City, and Nagoya City

▽ in Toyama City, Utsunomiya City, and Kyoto City. 35 degrees

▽ It is expected to be 34 degrees in the center of Tokyo.

Since the temperature does not drop at night, it is necessary to be cautious about heat stroke at night.

Every year, it is confirmed that elderly people die on suspicion of heat stroke without using air conditioning.

Please be careful to use the air conditioner indoors, such as by calling out to family members living away or those around you.

Suspected heat stroke 80 people transported in Tokyo (until 3:00 pm on the 27th)

According to the Tokyo Fire Department, 80 men and women between the ages of 12 and 96 were taken to the hospital by 3:00 pm on the 27th on suspicion of heat stroke.

Of these, 3 in their 70s to 90s are severely ill, 24 in their teens to 90s are moderately ill, and the other 53 are mildly ill.

It is expected that the severe heat will continue after the 28th, so the Tokyo Fire Department will not put up with it, use the air conditioner, rehydrate diligently before thirsty, and if you can secure a distance of 2 meters or more outdoors with people. Is calling for measures such as removing the mask.

A woman in her 90s collapsed in a field and died of heat stroke or Mie

Also, after 3:00 pm on the 27th, a helper who visited a nearby house reported to the fire department that "a person is lying down in the field" in Taguchi, Komono Town, Mie Prefecture.

According to the fire department, the woman in her 90s was taken unconscious to the hospital, but her death was confirmed.

Firefighting believes that heat stroke is the cause.

The prefecture and fire departments are calling for attention to heat stroke by diligently replenishing water.

Elderly people pay particular attention to heat stroke

Older people have less water in their bodies than younger people, have less sensation of heat and thirst, and have less ability to regulate the heat, so special attention should be paid to heat stroke. ..

Mami Okazaki, a health teacher in Toshima Ward, Tokyo, said that as a measure against heat stroke in the elderly,

▽ even if the throat is not dry, one glass every hour, 1.2 liters per day as a guide, and

▽ When you sweat a lot, it is important to remember to take salt.

Also ,


it properly by preventing the wind from the air conditioner from directly hitting your body, adjusting the wind direction, and preventing the room temperature from dropping too low

. It is also important to circulate the air with a fan, being careful not to let the wind hit the body directly.

She said, "I want families living away from the elderly to contact them frequently to call for measures against heat stroke, and to encourage their neighbors to speak to the elderly."

Heavy rain in southern Tohoku and Niigata

On the other hand, warm and moist air is flowing around the edge of the Pacific High, so rain clouds continue to fall in Niigata Prefecture and the southern part of Tohoku.

According to radar analysis, it seems that it rained about 70 mm in the vicinity of Yonezawa City, Yamagata Prefecture in the hour until 5 pm.

In Shinjo City, Yamagata Prefecture, the amount of rain that fell in the 12 hours until 3:40 pm was 147 mm, which is the highest in June since we started collecting statistics in 1976.

Due to the rain so far, the risk of sediment-related disasters has increased in Yamagata, Fukushima, and Miyagi prefectures, and sediment-related disaster warning information has been announced.

Be very vigilant against sediment disasters and low land inundation in areas with heavy rains.

It continues to rain in northern Japan and Hokuriku, and the 24-hour rainfall until the evening of the 28th is expected to be 100 mm in Hokkaido, Tohoku, and Niigata prefecture. It is expected to be millimeters and may cause heavy rainfall.

Please be aware of the latest weather information.

In addition, rain clouds are locally developing in eastern and western Japan.

It is necessary to pay close attention to sediment-related disasters and inundation of low land, as well as to lightning strikes, gusts such as tornadoes, and "hail".