Typhoon No.9: Very strong winds in northern Kyushu on high alert due to storms and storm surges

Typhoon No.9: Very strong winds in northern Kyushu, storms and storm surges on September 3 at 1:14 a.m.

Typhoon No. 9, which is large and very strong, is going north over the sea northwest of Kyushu. In the northern part of Kyushu, which is close to typhoons, very strong winds are blowing, and severe vigilance is required for storms, high waves, and storm surges. Due to the typhoon, there is intermittent heavy rain on the Pacific side of western and eastern Japan, and it is necessary to be alert to sediment disasters, low land inundation, and river flooding.
According to the Japan Meteorological Agency’s announcement, Typhoon No. 9, which is large and very strong, is located 30 kilometers to the north-northeast at 1 a.m. on the sea 70 kilometers west of Tsushima City, Nagasaki Prefecture.

The central pressure is 950 hectopascals, the maximum wind speed near the center is 45 meters, the maximum instantaneous wind speed is 60 meters, and within a 220-kilometer radius of the center, a wind speed of more than 25 meters is blowing.

A very strong wind was blowing in the northern part of Kyushu near the typhoon, and after midnight on the 3rd, the maximum instantaneous wind speed of 41.4 meters was observed in Ayura, Tsushima City, Nagasaki Prefecture, and 34.5 meters in Saga City.

Due to the influence of moist air, rain clouds have developed on the Pacific side of western and eastern Japan, and there is heavy rain locally.

It is a prospect in the future.
The typhoon will move to the vicinity of the Korean Peninsula, but parts of northern Kyushu are expected to be stormy through the morning of the 3rd.

The maximum wind speed expected is
35 meters in the northern part of Kyushu
At 23 meters in Shikoku
The maximum instantaneous wind speed is
50 meters in the northern part of Kyushu
It is expected to reach 35 meters in Shikoku.

The waves are high, too.
11 meters in the northern part of Kyushu
It is expected to continue to be 9 meters in the southern part of Kyushu.

Heavy rain, especially in Shikoku and Tokai, should also be on the lookout, and by the morning of the 3rd, there is a risk of very heavy rain of more than 50 millimeters per hour accompanied by thunder, resulting in heavy rain.

The amount of rain falling in the 24 hours until late at night on the 3rd is 250 mm in the Tokai area.
200 mm in Shikoku
It is expected to be 100 mm in the northern part of Kyushu.

The Japan Meteorological Agency has called for strict vigilance against storms, high waves and storm surges, as well as to be on the lookout for landslides, low land inundation, and river flooding.