Typhoon No.10 May Cause Un experienced storms, heavy rain, etc. Measures taken before approaching September 6 at 12:33 a.m.
Typhoon No. 10, which is large and very strong, was going north over the Otojima region of Okinawa Prefecture, and the maximum instantaneous wind speed exceeded 50 meters in Minami-Daitojima. Typhoons may approach or land in Kyushu on the 7th. The Japan Meteorological Agency strongly calls for measures to be completed before the typhoon approaches, as there is a risk of record storms, high waves, storm surges and heavy rains that it has never experienced before.
According to the Japan Meteorological Agency’s announcement, Typhoon No. 10, which is large and very strong, is located at 15 kilometers north-northwest at a rate of 15 kilometers per hour over the sea 40 kilometers west of Minami-Daito Island at 0:00 a.m. The center pressure is 920 hectopascals, the maximum wind speed near the center is 50 meters, and the maximum instantaneous wind speed is 70 meters.
The Great East Island region was in a storm zone, and the maximum instantaneous wind speed was observed at 51.6 meters at 9:38 p.m. on Minami-Daito Island.
In addition, rain also increased, and in one hour until 11 p.m. on May 5, heavy rain of 34 millimeters was observed by the rainfall meter installed by the Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism in Kogen Town, Miyazaki Prefecture.
The typhoon is expected to continue north and approach Kagoshima Prefecture on the night of the 6th after the typhoon is closest to the Amami region during the day on the 6th while maintaining its power. In addition, there is a possibility that it will approach or land north and Kyushu even on the 7th.
In southern Kyushu, there is a risk of severe damage caused by record storms, high waves, and storm surges that we have never experienced before.
The Japan Meteorological Agency has called for the highest level of vigilance, as a special warning for typhoons is likely to be issued to Kagoshima Prefecture, excluding the Amami region, as early as the morning of June 6.
In the Daitojima region, there is already a violent wind, and in the Amami region and southern Kyushu, it is expected to blow over the 7th, and there is a strong wind that some houses are likely to collapse.
The sea is expected to be ferocious on the 7th in Okinawa, Amami, and western Japan, and it is expected to become a big storm on the Pacific side of eastern Japan on the 7th.
There is a risk of record storms and high waves in areas where typhoons are approaching.
Be on the lookout for heavy rain.
In the Okinawa region, southern Kyushu, and Amami region, heavy rain may fall with thunder on the 6th and 7th in southern Kyushu and northern Kyushu regions.
In areas where typhoons are approaching, there is a risk of flooding in large rivers.
The Japan Meteorological Agency strongly calls for measures to be completed before the typhoon approaches, as there is a risk of record storms, high waves, storm surges and heavy rains that it has never experienced before.
If you are in a region that is on a career path,
Check the risks around your home with hazard maps
To consider evacuation sites and when to start evacuation,
Please prepare what you can do now, such as prepare something to take out at the time of evacuation.