2023/06/03 03:03 Weather News
The Yakou Water Level Observatory (Soka City, Saitama Prefecture) on the Ayase River reached the flood danger level.
As it is dangerous to move to an evacuation center at night, ensure your own safety by moving to a place away from cliffs and slopes, or to an upper floor that is less likely to be flooded.
In addition, the Naka River, which flows nearby, is also rising, and flood risk information (equivalent to warning level 4) has been issued.
» Rain cloud radar
Watch out for landslides with heavy rain
From 8:10, Kagoshima Prefecture and the Kagoshima Local Meteorological Observatory are jointly issuing landslide warning information for the following areas.
Kagoshima City Makurazaki City Akune City Ibusuki City Satsumasendai City Satsumasendai City Koshikishima Hioki City Ichikikushikino City Minamisatsuma City Minamikyushu City Aira City Satsuma Town
If you live in an area where there is a risk of landslides, such as near cliffs or rivers, try to leave early and pay attention to information such as evacuation advice issued by municipalities.
Intermittent rain even after the special warning was changed to a warning
Even after the rain stops, the water level will remain high for several hours to several days, so don’t go to see it even if you are worried about it. In addition, tributaries may not be able to drain water and flooding may occur, so vigilance is required even in places far from the main stream.
In Hiroshima Prefecture, we need to be on the lookout for heavy rain throughout the day. A calm period is expected tomorrow, but then intermittent rain is expected through the first half of next week.
Typhoon No. 2 activates the front of the rainy season
In the Kanto-Koshin region, the peak of rain is expected to continue until the morning of the 3rd (Saturday) today, and there is a risk that the river water level will rise further in the future.
Even if you are worried about the situation, don’t go to see the river.
» River water level/live camera
The risk of landslides also increases. If you live in an area where there is a risk of landslides, such as near cliffs or rivers, try to leave early and pay attention to information such as evacuation advice issued by municipalities.
Heavy rain due to a linear rain belt continues
Even if the rain subsides, the water level will remain high for several hours or more, so don’t go to see it even if you are worried about the situation. In addition, tributaries may not be able to drain water and flooding may occur, so vigilance is required even in places far from major rivers.
If you live in an area where flooding is expected, get out to a safe place without waiting for level 5 in accordance with evacuation orders from local governments. If you are unsure about the safety of your route to an evacuation shelter, secure yourself on the upper floors of your home away from the slope.
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