August 1, 11:56 a.m. after the rainy season in Tokai and Kanto Koshin
On the first day, sunny days spread in western and eastern Japan, and the end of the rainy season was announced in Tokai and Kanto Koshin. The temperature is rising mainly in western Japan in the morning, and the highest temperature during the day is expected to be a hot day of more than 35 degrees. It is necessary to pay close attention to heat stroke, such as taking water frequently.
On the first day, the weather was covered with high pressure and sunny days spread in western and eastern Japan, and the Japan Meteorological Agency announced at 11 a.m. that the rainy season was over in Tokai and Kanto Koshin.
The announcement at the end of the rainy season is eight days later than last year and 11 days later than normal.
The temperature has been rising since the morning, mainly in western Japan.
What is the highest temperature until 11:30 a.m.
33.8 degrees in Kochi City
33.7 degrees in Maeda, Hepatsuke Town, Kagoshima Prefecture
33.3 degrees at The Kurisu River in Takahashi City, Okayama Prefecture and Tanabe City, Wakayama Prefecture
33.1 degrees in Gifu City
32.2 degrees in Oko-cho, Ibaraki Prefecture
It has become a midsummer day in various places and such.
After this, the temperature went up,
What is the highest temperature during the day?
36 degrees in Gifu City
35 degrees in Nagoya City, Kashiwa City, Okayama City, Kochi City, Hitoyoshi City, Kumamoto Prefecture, etc.
And in addition to being expected to be a hot day in western Japan and Tokai,
33 degrees in Osaka,
32 degrees in the center of Tokyo
31 degrees in Kanazawa City
30 degrees in Sapporo and Fukushima
And a wide range of midsummer days are expected.
In addition to frequent hydration, the Japan Meteorological Agency encourages people to avoid sunlight as much as possible outdoors and to pay close attention to heat stroke, such as using air conditioning appropriately in the room.
Even in areas affected by heavy rain, the severe heat increases the risk of heat stroke. Because tiredness is accumulated due to changes in the environment, it is necessary to take sufficient measures such as taking frequent breaks when working on restoration work.
Along the Tama River in Setagaya Ward, Tokyo, families wore masks and enjoyed playing in the water at intervals with other people.
A man in his 40s who lives in Tokyo said, “The rainy season has finally ended, so I came here to play in the river. I can’t wait. It’s hot, but I want to enjoy it while taking measures against infection to the extent that I can wear a mask.”