Record heavy rain near Uwao-cho, Akita September 4, 8:23 a.m.
According to the Japan Meteorological Agency, radar analysis showed heavy rain of about 100 millimeters in the vicinity of Uomachi, Akita Prefecture, in the hour leading up to 7:40 a.m.
Due to the imminent danger of a disaster, the Japan Meteorological Agency has issued a “record short-term heavy rain information” to ensure safety.
Due to the influence of frontal and moist air, atmospheric conditions become unstable over a wide area, and rain clouds developed on the Sea of Japan side of tohoku.
In Yamagata and Akita prefectures, heavy rain of more than 100 millimeters per hour is believed to have falln locally, and the Japan Meteorological Agency has released “Record Short-Time Heavy Rain Information” calling for caution against sediment disasters, flooding, and river flooding.
Atmospheric conditions become unstable over a wide area due to the influence of fronts and moist air, and rain clouds developed on the Sea of Japan side of tohoku by the morning of April 4.
In radar analysis,
Approximately 100 mm in the vicinity of the southern part of Sakata City, Yamagata Prefecture, in one hour until 5:40 a.m.
In one hour until 6 a.m., approximately 110 mm in the vicinity of Yusa-cho, Yamagata Prefecture,
It is believed that about 100 millimeters of heavy rain fell near Uomachi, Akita Prefecture, in the hour leading up to 7:40 a.m.
The Japan Meteorological Agency released a series of “record short-term heavy rain information.”
In Yamagata and Akita prefectures, be wary of sediment disasters, low land inundation, and river flooding.
In other areas from western Japan to northern Japan, atmospheric conditions are likely to become unstable on the 4th, and careful attention should be paid to sudden heavy rain, lightning strikes, tornadoes, and other gusts.