The Japan Meteorological Institute predicted the relationship between global warming and the speed of typhoons, saying that if global warming continues, typhoons near Japan will be 10 percent faster by the end of the century than they are now. Reported that the Japan Meteorological Agency Meteorological Research Institute used the simulation experiment, this is the world’s first global warming and typhoon forward speed of the relationship between research.
The results predict that if the global climate continues to warm, typhoons near Japan will be 10% slower by the end of the century than they are now. At the same time, a slowdown in typhoon slower will cause longer impact times, damage or greater.
“With global warming, in general, if the speed of typhoon movement slows, it will take longer to be affected by typhoons, ” said Yoshihiko Yamaguchi, director of the Climate Research Institute. ”
In 2019, Typhoons 15 and 19, which caused massive damage in Japan, will move about 40 percent faster than the average typhoon. The Institute of Meteorology said the findings will help the future typhoon prevention plan.