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The heatwave got recorded in Japan is one of the worst records since 1875. Japan is ailing due to encountering one of the hottest days ever felt.

The government laid out official warnings. These warnings talk about emerging problems of power shortage. These problems got arose due to the fierce heatwaves. The Government even asked citizens to save energy and cut down their energy uses. It is also asking people to look for a doctor in cases of heatstroke. Advice for using the air conditioner got also laid out.

Many weather officials stated that intense hot days like these would continue for some days. However, the disasters induced by humans are leading to intense and fierce heat waves. The duration of this heatwave is also showing a striking increase.

The records show that the planet got warmed by 1.1C. This set of records talks about the change in temperature due to industrial development. This marks a desperate call for the nation to cut down its emissions rapidly.

Tokyo recorded a temperature of 35 degrees. This was the same for the continuous five days. This is the most extreme weather recorded in June when the recordings started in 1875. Isesaki, located northwest of Tokyo, recorded a temperature of 40.2C. Many people used Twitter to discuss the fiery temperatures in Japan.

Some users wrote, “It’s too hot outside, and just being out … means I’m in a self-sauna. I want to bathe in the water.” June is the month of rain for Japan. However, the Japan Meteorological Agency (JMA) announced the end of the season. This announcement was very early. This was around 22 days before normal. This also culminated in one of the premature ends of the season in 1951.

Many heatstroke cases are frequent now, with 76 people got under their effect. They got rushed to the hospital. Warnings about the power crunch got already issued. However, it is also advised to continue with leniency, especially for elders.

Credits: BBC

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