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“First snowfall” announced again at Mt. Fuji First season in Japan

Today, 26th (Sun), we received a letter from the first snowfall of Mt. Fuji. Observations at the Kofu Local Meteorological Observatory are 6 days earlier than normal and 2 days earlier than last year.

First snowfall on Mt. Fuji

Today, 26th (Sun), we received a letter from the first snowfall of Mt. Fuji. Observations at the Kofu Local Meteorological Observatory are 6 days earlier than normal and 2 days earlier than last year. This is the first news of the first snowfall of this season in Japan. It is the first time in nine years since 2012 that the first snowfall in Japan became Mt. Fuji. On Sunday, 26th, cold air flowed over eastern Japan, and it seems that Mt. Fuji with snow makeup was seen from the foot of the mountain.

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What is the first snowfall on Mt. Fuji? This year, it was announced once on September 7, but it was canceled.

The condition for the first snowfall on Mt. Fuji is that after “the average daily temperature is the highest day of the year”, the area near the summit looks white due to snow, etc., from the meteorological station at the foot of the mountain. This year, the first snowfall of Mt. Fuji was announced once on September 7, but the average daily temperature was 10.3 ℃ on the 20th, which was the highest this year, so it was reviewed and it was the first time today. There was an announcement of snow cover.

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