Temperature rises due to 39-degree super-fern phenomenon in Niigata

Temperature rises due to the 39-degree super-fern phenomenon in Niigata September 3 at 12:35 p.m.

Due to Typhoon No. 9 in the Sea of Japan, temperatures have increased mainly on the Sea of Japan side, and Niigata Prefecture has already experienced dangerous heat of more than 39 degrees in the morning. Be on high alert for heat stroke.
According to the Japan Meteorological Agency, Typhoon No. 9 passed through the Korean Peninsula and passed into the Sea of Japan, but the temperature has been lying rapidly mainly on the Sea of Japan side due to the “fern phenomenon” in which winds from the south are strengthening toward the typhoon and warm winds flowing over the mountains.

The highest temperature until 11:30 a.m.
39.2 degrees in Sanjo City, Niigata Prefecture,
38.8 degrees in the city of U.S.A.
38.2 degrees in Kasumigaseseki, Tsuruoka City, Yamagata Prefecture
In addition to the place that has already become a dangerous heat of more than 38 degrees,
37.7 degrees in Koho City, Akita Prefecture,
37.6 degrees in Toyama City,
It is extremely hot in various parts of the Sea of Japan, such as 37.5 degrees in Hatake City, Ishikawa Prefecture.

What is the highest temperature during the day?
38 degrees in Wajima City, Ishikawa Prefecture and Nagaoka City, Niigata Prefecture,
37 degrees in Matsue City and Kanazawa City,
36 degrees in Toyooka City and Akita City, Hyogo Prefecture,
It is expected to be 35 degrees in Fukui City and Yamagata City, and it is necessary to be vigiling for heat stroke.

In addition to rehydration frequently, please avoid sunlight as much as possible outdoors and try to take measures such as using air conditioning properly in the room.

On the other hand, the air condition becomes unstable due to the influence of warm and moist air flowing in from the south, and rain clouds are developing locally in western and eastern Japan.

Be careful of sediment disasters, low land inundation, sudden river flooding, as well as lightning strikes and gusts.