A weakening Typhoon Jongdari traveled over the southernmost main island of Kyushu after passing over western parts of Honshu on Sunday, in its wake leaving at least 24 people injured and causing extreme heat in the Hokuriku region along the Sea of Japan.

However, no injuries or damage due to Jongdari were immediately reported in regions ravaged by flooding and landslides earlier this month, as local authorities had advised residents to evacuate early as a precaution.

The typhoon made landfall near Ise, Mie Prefecture, early Sunday morning. It brought intense rainfall across wide areas and led to temperatures rising close to 40 C in Hokuriku in a phenomenon known as a Foehn wind, or moist air that becomes warm and dry after passing over high mountains.