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When warm weather is here and the heat index begins to rise, everyone needs to pay attention to the flag conditions here on Okinawa and understand what they mean.
There are five conditions listed for the heat flag warnings from least to most severe.
It is important to note that some of these flag conditions have extremely narrow 2-3 degree ranges. That means that temperatures can rise from yellow to black more quickly than the flag station operator's observation interval. It is also essential to always keep in mind that extreme conditions can lead to serious health problems such as dehydration, heat exhaustion, heat stroke and even death.