Hamamatsu: highest temperature in the country on Tuesday
As if it were a day of peak summer heat, a large area of the country had records of over 30 degrees Celsius. See a tip for health!
The heat wave was observed over a wide area, from Kyushu to Tokai, on Tuesday (8).
According to the AMJ-Japan Meteorological Agency, the highest temperature in the country was observed in Hamamatsu (Shizuoka), on Tuesday afternoon. The benchmark was 34,3°C.
In Kyushu provinces, such as Oita, Fukuoka, Yamaguchi and Kumamoto, temperatures in the range of 33 to 34 degrees Celsius were found.
Tajimi (Gifu) and Kuwana (Mie) also entered the ranking, in 6th and 7th places, with 33,5 and 33,4°C. In Toyota (Aichi) the thermometers marked 33,2ºC, taking 10th place.
At 13pm the heat reached its peak in Nagoia, with 32,4ºC. It took a jump of less than 25 degrees in the morning to the 32nd range.
When the high temperature is prolonged during the day and night, there is a high risk of hyperthermia, so care is required.
The heat is forecast to continue on Wednesday (9), from Kyushu to Kanto.
The tip is to try to do a light physical exercise to get your body used to perspiring. Sweating helps regulate your internal temperature, so it's important.
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