- The Society of Agricultural Meteorology of Japan
- 農業気象 (ISSN:00218588)
- vol.12, no.4, pp.157-158, 1957
The relation between the rainfall of various districts and the typhoon is settled by the position and the track of typhoon.<br>The rainfall of various districts as a rule when the typhoon exists southwards from the line of the 28th degree of the north latitude.<br>The rainfall of Mitsuse is nearly doubles of Saga as Fig. 1 when the typhoon passes the west or north side of Saga.<br>The rainfall of Mitsuse is about eleven fold of Saga as Fig. 2 when the typhhoon lands in the southern end of Kyushu and then progresses to north-north-eastwards or the typhoon passes the east of Miyazaki and then progresses to northwards.<br>But the rainfall of Mitsuse is only thrice when the typhoon lands in the southern end of Kyushu and then progresses to northwards.