Damage caused by typhoon 19
Large typhoon 19 landing
Typhoon No.19, which landed on the Izu peninsula, moved over the Pacific Ocean on the morning of 13th.
Typhoon No. 19 landed on the Izu Peninsula with a large and powerful force, then passed through the Kanto region, then over the Tokai region in the Tohoku region, and then changed to a temperate cyclone east of Japan.
It was a record heavy rain in a wide range mainly in Shizuoka Prefecture, Kanto region, and Tohoku region.
The total rainfall from the 10th exceeded 1000 mm in Hakone, Kanagawa Prefecture.
It exceeded 500 mm at 17 locations in the Kanto region and Shizuoka Prefecture.
Due to this record heavy rain, special warnings were announced to Shizuoka, Kanagawa, Tokyo, Saitama, Gunma, Yamanashi, Nagano, Ibaraki, Tochigi, Niigata, Fukushima, Miyagi and Iwate prefectures. did.
At the Edogawa waterfront in Tokyo, we observed a maximum instantaneous wind speed of 43.8 meters, which exceeded the top value in observation history.
There were storms exceeding the maximum instantaneous wind speed of 40 meters at seven locations in the Kanto region.
“The major typhoon has caused immense damage far and wide in eastern Japan,” government spokesman Yoshihide Suga told reporters, adding that 27,000 military troops and other rescue crews were taking part in the operation.https://t.co/N8hYszlNWX— Global News Toronto (@globalnewsto) October 13, 2019
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