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Japan: Heatwave killed 14 people over the weekend

Japan: Heatwave killed 14 people over the weekend: Well, reports are coming that an intensive heatwave killed at least 14 people over the weekend in Japan. Sources are telling that the high temperature hampered the recovery in flood-hit areas where around 200 people died last week. Some sources are saying that this whole heating is going to make thing worst for the people. Also, some reports are saying that a national holiday surged above 39 degrees Celsius (102.2 Fahrenheit).

Overall, you all can say that the things aren’t going fine for Japan so far and JMA said that high humidity to produce dangerous conditions in the area. Also, you all can say that 14 people died from the heat over the long weekend, also some media reports are claiming that a woman in her 90s who was found unconscious in a field, died. Also, the reports are coming that a thousand more were treated in hospitals for heat-related conditions.

We aren’t expecting that the things are going to be cool soon because so many things are going bad like they are getting worst most intense in landlocked areas such as Gifu prefecture, where it soared to 39.3 Celsius (102.7 F) in the town of Ibigawa on Monday. You all should know that the day is going to be the hottest day in the nation. The capital Tokyo recorded a high of 34 Celsius on Monday.

You all can say that the temperatures in parts of western Japan hit by deadly floods reached a high of 34.3 Celsius by midday on Tuesday. Also, some reports are saying that this whole rising in temperature is making things worst. Also, it is creating dangerous conditions for military personnel and volunteers clearing mud and debris. “It’s really hot. All we can do is keep drinking water,” one man in Okayama told the reporters.

You all can say that the temperature is getting 35 or above which is also known in Japanese as “intensely hot days”. You all can say that the things aren’t in control and that hottest temperature was recorded at 200 locations around Japan on Sunday, said the JMA.