From east to northern Japan on the 14th, there is a possibility of very heavy rain.
In eastern and northern Japan due to low pressure and frontal effects, there is a possibility of very heavy rain accompanied by thunder on the 14th, and careful attention should be paid to sediment disasters and river flooding.
According to the Japan Meteorological Agency, warm and moist air flows toward low pressure and fronts in the Sea of Japan, and atmospheric conditions are expected to become unstable mainly in eastern and northern Japan.
For this reason, there is a possibility of very heavy rain of more than 50 millimeters per hour accompanied by lightning locally over the 14th in eastern and northern Japan.
In the 24 hours leading up to the morning of the 14th, there was a lot of rain.
150 mm in Tohoku,
120 mm in Kanto Koshin,
100 mm in Hokuriku
It is expected to be 90 mm in the Tokai area.
After that, in the 24 hours of the morning of the 15th,
It is expected to rain between 50 mm and 100 mm in Tohoku and Kanto Koshin.
The Japan Meteorological Agency calls for careful attention to landslides, low land inundation, river flooding, lightning strikes, and wind gusts such as tornadoes.
Especially in Tohoku, there is an increasing risk of sediment disasters due to rain so far, so please pay attention to future information and how it rains.