A day of intense heat is expected in the center of western Japan Kumamoto is expected to be 37 degrees, wary of heat stroke August 31 18:12
On the 31st, the temperature rose in various parts of the country from western Japan to the East Japan, and there was a place where it became a dangerous heat of 38 degrees. It is expected to be extremely hot mainly in western Japan for one day, and it is necessary to continue to be wary of heat stroke.
On the 31st, it became rainy and cloudy mainly in northern Japan due to the influence of the front line, but from western Japan to the East Sea, it was covered with high pressure, and it became intense heat in various places.
What is the highest temperature during the day?
38.2 degrees in Nishiwaki and Fukusaki towns in Kashiwa Hyogo Prefecture
38 degrees in Himeji City, Hyogo Prefecture
37.9 degrees in Tajimi City, Gifu Prefecture
37.8 degrees in Nagoya City and Kikuchi City, Kumamoto Prefecture
There were some dangerous heats, such as 37.6 degrees in Osaka City.
In Takayang City, Okayama Prefecture, intense heat continued from the beginning of August, and on the 31st, it became a very hot day for 36.7 degrees and 23 consecutive days, and the record for consecutive hot days in Japan was updated.
It is expected that the intense heat will continue from western Japan to the East Japan on the first day, and the highest temperature during the day
37 degrees in Kumamoto City
36 degrees in Hiroshima, Osaka, Takamatsu, etc.
It is expected to be 35 degrees in Nagoya City and other areas.
Be on the lookout for heat stroke, stay hydrated frequently, avoid the sun as much as possible outdoors, and take sufficient measures, especially for the elderly, such as using air conditioning properly in the room.
On the other hand, due to rising temperatures and moist air, atmospheric conditions have become unstable, mainly from western Japan to eastern Japan, and there is heavy rain locally. Be careful of sediment disasters, low land inundation, sudden river flooding, as well as lightning strikes and gusts.