台風18号の進路 Typhoon 18 of 2019 Japan
Again, a typhoon is approaching the Japanese archipelago. The large and strong Typhoon No. 18 is approaching Ishigaki Island in Okinawa while expanding its power, and there is a risk that rain and wind will become stronger in western and eastern Japan.
Typhoon No. 18 that travels at about 20 km / h. The approaching Ishigaki Island in Okinawa Prefecture had an impact on life. On the Sakishima Islands in Okinawa Prefecture, including Ishigaki Island and Miyako Island, the fifth typhoon approaching in September is the fifth. This is the first time in 21 years.
Weather news Alert :Distant influence of typhoon No. 18 Kyushu, Shikoku locally heavy rain
After this, Typhoon No. 18 will advance to the Korean peninsula along the coast of the Chinese continent, and then on the Sea of Japan off Sanin on the 4th of next month. At for this time, temperate cyclones are expected to change, but strong winds and rain may occur in western and eastern Japan later this week. Typhoon No. 18 whose power has changed dramatically at noon on the tomorrow 3rd Thursday 台風18号の進路米軍 of this month. And On Ishigaki Island And the maximum instantaneous wind speed of 30.8 meters was observed just after 3:00 pm. the same time, the bridge over Ishigaki Port was closed and traffic was prohibited.
Some people came to the shelter that was established. Alert for Typhoon No. 18 台風18号の進路最新 and is expected to be closest to Ishigaki Island, etc. on the 30th night, with strong power. Typhoon No. 18 May cause storms and heavy rains over 3 days in western Japan.
In Kyushu, there is a risk of heavy rain of 30 to 50 mm per hour, especially in the Pacific Ocean, centered on Miyazaki and Oita prefectures according to weather news japan.
On the 3rd (Thursday) tomorrow, 台風18号の進路 現在 the wind direction will change as the typhoon advances from the Korean Peninsula to the Sea of Japan, and the center of rain will move to Shikoku. And Observed very heavy rain in Miyazaki over 50mm per hour.
Looking at the expected future course, it will reach the Korean peninsula at 3 am on the morning of 3rd (Thursday) tomorrow and will change to a temperate cyclone in the Sea of Japan at 3 pm. The major impact on the Japanese archipelago in the future has decreased. However, you can’t be alert yet.