The next tropical threat for Olympic Games, Hokkaido +38,4°C and Philippines with floods

Southward from Japan appeared in the last days the next tropical threats – some of them hit already the Philippines, with the next prolonged floods.

One of the tropical systems is shifting directly above Japan, with the next some impact in Tokyo region, including Olympic region from Sunday to Monday, 1.-2. August 2021. 

Heavy rains and storms shouldn´t be extremely strong, but they could affect some events, similarly, such as Typhoon Nepartak in the last week /https://mkweather.com/north-korea-392c-the-coldest-city-in-japan-362c-olympic-games-in-extremely-hot-atmosphere-2021/; https://mkweather.com/typhoon-in-fa-hit-china-shanghai-63-dead-typhoon-nepartak-affects-olympic-games-before-their-arrival-extreme-heatwave-across-east-asia-russia-japan-taiwan-philippines//. 

Meanwhile, in northern parts of Japan continues an excessive heatwave – in Hokkaido island, +38,4°C was measured on Saturday, 31. July 2021. It is only the second time in all-time history when temperature above +38°C was in Hokkaido measured

In Asahikawa, +37,6°C a new absolute temperature record, was measured. 

Olympic areal will be however little colder until the end of the Olympic Games, with maximum temperatures only +25/+30°C, ut still high humidity and real feel, after heatwaves at the end of July 2021. 

According to the 16-day forecast, the next monsoon rains are forecasted mainly in southern and northeastern China, Japan, North Korea, and Taiwan, where the next regional floods will be possible. 

 

 

 

 

 

https://twitter.com/erinshii_/status/1421797800598142978?s=20

https://twitter.com/watchingeye/status/1421093920151248907?s=20

Source: wxcharts.com

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