Typhoon No.4 is expected to approach the Sakishima Islands tomorrow, and watch out for sediment disasters.

Typhoon No. 4 is expected to approach the Sakishima Islands tomorrow, and on the lookout for sediment disasters, 6:00 a.m. on August 2

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Typhoon No. 4, which occurred in the sea south of Okinawa on the 1st, is expected to be the closest approach to the Sakishima Islands from dawn to dawn on March 3, and the Japan Meteorological Agency has called for people to be on the lookout for sediment disasters, river flooding, storms and high waves.
According to observations by the Japan Meteorological Agency, Typhoon No. 4, which occurred on the night of the day, is moving west-northwest at 3 a.m. on February 2 at a speed of 20 kilometers per hour over the southern sea of Okinawa.

The central pressure is 1002 hectopascals, the maximum wind speed near the center is 18 meters, the maximum instantaneous wind speed is 25 meters, and strong wind speeds of 15 meters or more are blowing within 220 kilometers on the northeast side and 165 kilometers to the southwest side of the center.

Typhoon No. 4 is expected to continue to develop and move northwest from dawn to dawn on March 3, and it is expected to be the closest to the Sakishima Islands with stormy areas, and then to the northwest of the East China Sea.

The Japan Meteorological Agency calls on the Sakishima Islands to be on the lookout for sediment disasters, river flooding, storms and high waves, as well as storm surges and lightning strikes.