Typhoon No.10 May Cause Record Storm Damage to People and Houses

Typhoon No.10 May Cause Record Storm Damage to People and Houses September 5 at 4:22 PM

With the approach of Typhoon No. 10, there is a risk that it will become a record storm that has never been experienced before in various places.
According to the materials compiled by the Japan Meteorological Agency based on information such as the Japan Society of Engineering, if the approximate maximum instantaneous wind speed is 30 meters, people may not be able to stand if they are not caught by something, and there is a case to be injured by flying things, and in buildings, roof tiles may fly or prefabricated huts that are not fixed may fall down.

In addition, the trunk of a thin tree breaks and the tree without the root falls outdoors, and the signboard falls and the road sign tilts.

When the maximum instantaneous wind speed is 50 meters, in addition to rolling over the truck, many trees will fall down, poles and streetlights will fall, and block fences will collapse.

In addition, it is said that there is a thing which collapses in the house when it becomes 60 meters, and the one which deforms comes out even in the building of the steel frame.

Typhoon No. 10 is expected to have a maximum instantaneous wind speed of 70 meters, which can be a record storm.

The Japan Meteorological Agency has called for an early response before rain or wind strengthens, as outdoor behavior is life-risking after the storm actually begins to blow.