Typhoon No.10 Forecasts of Winds, Rain, and Waves in Various Areas

Typhoon No.10 Forecast of Winds, Rain, and Waves in Various Areas September 5 at 6:15 AM

It is expected that the wind and rain strength of each area due to Typhoon No. 10, the height of the waves, etc.

Wind Predictions

From the 5th to the 6th,
In the Okinawa and Amami regions, the maximum wind speed is 55 meters.
Maximum instantaneous wind speed is 80 meters.
In the southern part of Kyushu, the maximum wind speed is 45 meters.
The maximum instantaneous wind speed is expected to be 65 meters.

On the 7th,
In the southern part of Kyushu, the maximum wind speed is 40 to 50 meters.
Maximum instantaneous wind speed is 55 to 70 meters
In the Amami region and northern Kyushu, the maximum wind speed is 30 to 40 meters.
Maximum instantaneous wind speed is expected to be between 40 and 60 meters.

Wave Predictions

Waves are also high from the 5th to the 6th,
14 meters in Okinawa region, southern Kyushu, Amami region,
In northern Kyushu and Shikoku, 9 meters and severe injuries,
It is expected to be 6 meters in and Tokai.

On the 7th,
In the southern part of Kyushu, the Amami region, the northern part of Kyushu, and Shikoku, more than 9 meters of severe injuries,
A major 6- to 8-meter lem err is expected in the Okinawa region, the China region,, and the Tokai region.

The forecast of rain

Heavy rain also needs to be alert in a wide area.

Amami, Okinawa, from late to 6th at night on the 5th,
In Kyushu, there is a risk of heavy rain from 6th to 7th due to heavy rain and very heavy rain.

The amount of rain falling in the 24 hours leading up to the morning of the 6th
300 mm in the Okinawa region,
150 mm in the Amami region,
100 mm in Kanto Koshin,
It is expected to be 80 mm in northern Kyushu and Tokai.

The amount of rain in the 24 hours until the morning of the 7th
300 mm to 500 mm in southern Kyushu and Amami region,
300 mm to 400 mm in the northern part of Kyushu,
It is expected to be 200 mm to 300 mm in Shikoku,, and Tokai.

There is a case that it becomes more than twice the amount of rain in September of the average year mainly in the southern part of Kyushu and the Amami region.

Stay up-to-date

There is a risk of record storms, high waves, storm surges, and heavy rain, especially in areas where typhoons are approaching.

Check the latest information to ensure that measures are completed, such as moving to a safe place before the typhoon approaches.