More than 100 millimeters an hour, or heavy rain in Kagoshima Prefecture.

More than 100 mm per hour or heavy rain in Kagoshima Prefecture September 12 1:31

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The atmospheric conditions are very unstable, and there is heavy rain locally in Kagoshima Prefecture. The Japan Meteorological Agency has released record-short-term heavy rain information on the imminent danger of disasters, calling for strict vigilance against sediment disasters, flooding, and river flooding, and to ensure safety by moving to places as high as possible, such as on the second floor of a house.
According to the Japan Meteorological Agency, the rain increased rapidly from late on the 11th in Kagoshima Prefecture, and radar analysis near Makurazaki City showed more than 120 millimeters of heavy rain in the hour leading up to 11:50 p.m. on November 11, and the Japan Meteorological Agency released record short-term heavy rain information.

In the hour leading up to midnight on the 12th, heavy rain of 119.5 mm was observed in Makurazaki City.

In addition, radar analysis is expected to have caused about 120 millimeters of heavy rain in the vicinity of neighboring Minami-Kyushu City until 0:10 a.m., and the Japan Meteorological Agency has released record short-term heavy rain information.

“Sediment Disaster Warning Information” has been released as the risk of sediment disaster is greatly increased by this rain.

The danger of a disaster is imminent. The Japan Meteorological Agency is strictly wary of sediment disasters, low land inundation, and sudden river flooding, and calls for safety, such as moving to a place as high as possible, such as on the second floor of a house.

In addition, it is necessary to pay enough attention to gusts such as lightning strikes and tornadoes.