Hot heat forecast in western Japan to Tohoku Requires vigilance for heat stroke August 5, 12:58 p.m.
On the 5th, it cleared up over a wide area from western Japan to Tohoku, and the temperature rose, and it has already become a hot day exceeding 35 degrees in various places. In Kyoto City, the maximum temperature is expected to rise to 38 degrees Celsius, and the temperature is expected to rise further in the future, so it is necessary to watch out for heat stroke.
According to the Japan Meteorological Agency, it is covered with high pressure over a wide area from western Japan to Tohoku on the 5th, and the temperature is rising in various places.
What is the highest temperature until 0:30 p.m.
35.9 degrees in Hita City, Oita Prefecture
35.7 degrees in Ogaki City, Gifu Prefecture
35.5 degrees in Isesaki, Gunma Prefecture
35.1 degrees in Tottori City and Oko Town, Ibaraki Prefecture
in the heat of the country
33.6 degrees in the city center of Tokyo
It is a midsummer day that already exceeds 30 degrees in a wide range.
The temperature is expected to rise further from now on.
What is the highest temperature during the day?
38 degrees in Kyoto
Okayama City, Osaka City, Nagoya City
36 degrees in Kumagai and Fukushima, Saitama Prefecture.
35 degrees in Fukuoka City, Hitoyoshi City in Kumamoto Prefecture, Kofu City, and tokyo city center.
It is expected to be a hot day of more than 35 degrees over a wide area from western Japan to Tohoku.
In addition to taking frequent moisture, it is necessary to avoid sunlight as much as possible outdoors, and to be wary of heat stroke, such as using air conditioning appropriately in the room.
In addition, the risk of heat stroke increases even in the affected areas of heavy rain.
When working on recovery work, please try to take sufficient measures, such as taking frequent breaks.
On the other hand, due to the rising temperature of moist air and during the day, the atmosphere is expected to become unstable in the afternoon, and it is necessary to pay attention to sudden heavy rain, lightning strikes, tornadoes, and other severe gusts.
“I bought a hand-held fan because the mask was hot.”
In the vicinity of Shijo Ohashi bridge in the center of Kyoto City, people wearing masks and people wearing parasols and people sending wind to their faces with small portable fans were also seen.
A man in his 20s from Ibaraki, Osaka, said, “It’s especially hot today. If you wear a mask, it feels even hotter. I take moderate moisture.”
A woman in her 70s in Yawata said, “I heard in the morning that the maximum temperature was 38 degrees, so I came out a little early. There are also heat stroke countermeasures, so I take off my mask when it gets too hot.”
A teenage woman living in Uji said, “It’s hot when I wear a mask, so I bought a hand-held fan. It’s hot today, so I’m glad I brought it.”