A wide range of hot days are expected to alert you to heat stroke, and atmospheric instability in various parts of the country will also take place on August 28 at 6:04 a.m.
The severe heat continues, but it is expected to be a very hot day in a wide range of areas of the country on the 28th. Please continue to be wary of heat stroke.
According to the Japan Meteorological Agency, on the 27th, the temperature rose especially on the Sea of Japan side due to the warm air flowing in from the south, and the highest temperature was 38.6 degrees in Toyooka City, Hyogo Prefecture, 38.4 degrees in Yonago City, Tottori Prefecture, and 38.1 degrees in Tottori City.
On the 28th, the maximum daytime temperature is expected to be 37 degrees in Fukushima City, 36 degrees in Yamagata City, Fukui City, Tottori City, and 35 degrees in central Tokyo, Osaka City, Nagoya City, and Fukuoka City.
In Osaka City and Nagoya City, the heat continues for 14 consecutive days, and heat has continued in various places, and heat stroke and suspected heat stroke are being transported to hospitals one after another.
Take sufficient measures, especially for the elderly, such as frequent hydration and the use of appropriate air conditioning, and remain alert for heat stroke.
In addition, atmospheric conditions may become unstable in various parts of the country, especially in the afternoon, and heavy rain may fall with thunder. Be careful of sudden heavy rain, lightning strikes, and gusts.