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Mt. Fuji announces "second" first snowfall this season

 
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Kofu Local Meteorological Observatory announced on the 26th that it had observed the first snowfall on Mt. Fuji.
 

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Kofu Local Meteorological Observatory

Kofu Local Meteorological Observatory(Kofuchi broom shodai)YamanashiKofu CityIn IidaLocal weather station.. It has jurisdiction over the entire Yamanashi prefecture.

Overview

Tokyo District Meteorological ObservatoryUnder the jurisdiction of, ground meteorological observation, regional meteorological observation (Amedus), Meteorological observation work consisting of seasonal biological observation, forecast work, earthquake information / disaster prevention / public relations work.

Reported in national news, etc.Mount Fuji OfFirst snowIs visually checked by the staff from the meteorological observatoryObservationIs what[1].. Even if the Shizuoka prefecture side is covered with snow, it will not be considered as the first snowfall unless it can be seen from Kofu.[2].. At the meteorological observatoryMt. Kai KomagatakeWe are also observing the first snowfall. The average value of the first snowfall from 1980 to 2010 is September 9 for Mt. Fuji and October 30 for Mt. Kai Komagatake.[3].

History

  • 1894 (27th year of Meiji)8 --Established as Kofu Weather Station, a prefectural institution in Nishiaonuma, Kofu City (currently the treasure district).
  • 1938 (Showa 13) --Transferred to a national institution.
  • 1945 (20)May 7 - Kofu air raidAs a result, the government building and annex were completely burned down (at this time, it was located in the Ise district of the city).
  • 1951 (26)11 --Moved to the current location (Iida, Kofu City).
  • 1957 (32)9 --Promoted to Kofu Local Meteorological Observatory.
  • 1993 (5)3 --Completion of the new government building.

location information

  • 4-7-29 Iida, Kofu City, Yamanashi Prefecture
  • Kofu StationIt is located in a residential area about 1.5km west and at an altitude of 273m.

Major observation history records

  • DayPrecipitation amount 244.5mm (October 1945, 10)
  • Maximum hourly rainfall 1 mm per day (August 78.0, 2004)
  • Up to 10 minutes per day Precipitation 28.0 mm (August 2016, 8)
  • Maximum 24-hour rainfall per month 294.5 mm (September 2000, 9)
  • Day(I.e.40.7 ℃ (August 2013, 8) 10th place in Japan history (as of August 5)
  • From the one with the lowest daily maximum temperature 2.5 ° C below freezing (January 1936, 1)
  • Day(I.e.19.5 ° C below freezing (January 1921, 1)
  • 27.4 ℃ from the one with the highest daily minimum temperature (August 2013, 8)
  • MinimumRelative humidity 3% (February 2009, 2)
  • Maximum instantaneous wind speed 43.2m / s (August 1959, 8)
  • DeepestSnowfallAmount 114 cm (February 2014, 2)

Source

  1. ^ Kofu Local Meteorological Observatory Announced the first snowfall on Mt. Fuji XNUMX days earlier than last year Mainichi Newspaper viewed on March 2018, 9
  2. ^ Announced from the first snowfall meteorological observatory on Mt. Fuji Weathernews viewed September 2018, 9
  3. ^ Record of first snowfall (Kofu) Kofu Local Meteorological Observatory Retrieved September 2018, 9

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First snow

First snow(Hatsukansetsu) is a yearsnowThere are times when it is covered withMountainAtSummer: Snow accumulates on the summit and turns white for the first time after (after the day when the highest temperature of the year was observed)[1].. In Japanese, such a state is expressed as "the first snowfall". The first snowfall in JapanWinter:It is used as an index to estimate the visit ofJapanese Meteorological AgencyNow, we are observing about 80 mountains as a meteorological phenomenon. (At the top of the mountainSnowfallJust did)SnowfallIt is not called the first snowfall unless it is in the state of. In addition, the first snowfall remains as it isDeep snowIt is not always the case.

Observation

Japanese Meteorological AgencyThen, the snowfall in winter is normalSnow coverActually snow usingAccumulationMeasure the thickness. However, the first snowfall is at the foot of the mountainWeather station,Weather stationLook at the summit of the target mountain from, and confirm that the summit is white, and make it the first snowfall.[2].Times of DayUntil it is not measured and will be announcedDayIt is a unit. It is a visual observation without mechanical measurement. When the summit cannot be seen due to clouds, etc. Even if snow accumulates on the summit, it cannot be seen from the foot of the mountain, and there is a time lag that the first snowfall will be observed the day after the summit becomes visible due to clearing of clouds. Can occur[3]..Also, even if it is announced that "the first snowfall was recorded", if the maximum temperature is updated after that, the record of the first snowfall will be cancelled.[4]..Until the weather stations were abolished, the first snowfall was observed from multiple weather stations such as Mt. Fuji, Mt. Asamayama, and Mt. Norikura.

JMA observations

The notation of mountain names follows the notation of the Japan Meteorological Agency.

Mountains that are continuing to observe

Normal value on the first snowy day (1991-2020)
Mountain nameAverage priceObservatoryMountain peak altitude
Mount RishiriMay 10Wakkanai Local Meteorological Observatory1721cm
AsahidakeMay 9Asahikawa Local Meteorological Observatory2291cm
Mt. SharidakeMay 10Abashiri Local Meteorological Observatory1547cm
MeakanMay 10Kushiro Local Meteorological Observatory1499cm
TeineyamaMay 10Sapporo District Meteorological Observatory1023cm
Washibetsu-dakeMay 10Muroran Local Meteorological Observatory911cm
YokotsudakeMay 10Hakodate Local Meteorological Observatory1167cm
Mt. HakkodaMay 10Aomori Local Meteorological Observatory1584cm
Mt. IwakisanMay 10Aomori Local Meteorological Observatory1625cm
Mt. TaiheizanMay 11Akita Local Meteorological Observatory1170cm
Mt. IwatesanMay 10Morioka Local Meteorological Observatory2038cm
Mt. GassanMay 10Yamagata Local Meteorological Observatory1984cm
Mt. AsahidakeMay 10Yamagata Local Meteorological Observatory1870cm
GandosanMay 11Yamagata Local Meteorological Observatory1485cm
TakiyamaMay 11Yamagata Local Meteorological Observatory1362cm
Mt. ZaoMay 10Sendai District Meteorological Observatory1841cm
Mt. IzumigatakeMay 11Sendai District Meteorological Observatory1175cm
Mt. AzumayamaMay 10Fukushima Local Meteorological Observatory2035cm
Mt. NantaisanMay 11Utsunomiya Local Meteorological Observatory2486cm
Mt. AsamayamaMay 10Maebashi Local Meteorological Observatory2568cm
Mt. SennokurayamaMay 10Maebashi Local Meteorological Observatory2026cm
Mt. ShirasunayamaMay 10Maebashi Local Meteorological Observatory2140cm
Mt.May 11Maebashi Local Meteorological Observatory2158cm
AkagiyamaMay 11Maebashi Local Meteorological Observatory1828cm
HarunayamaMay 12Maebashi Local Meteorological Observatory1449cm
Mount FujiMay 10Kofu Local Meteorological Observatory3776cm
Mt. Kai KomagatakeMay 10Kofu Local Meteorological Observatory2967cm
Eastern mountain range[5]May 10Nagano Local Meteorological Observatory2354cm
TateyamaMay 10Toyama Local Meteorological Observatory3015cm
HakusanMay 10Kanazawa Local Meteorological Observatory2702cm
Mt. IbukiyamaMay 11Hikone Local Meteorological Observatory1377cm
Mount HiraMay 11Hikone Local Meteorological Observatory1214cm
Gokurakuji mountainMay 12Hiroshima Local Meteorological Observatory693cm
Mt.May 11Tottori Local Meteorological Observatory921cm
Mt. OuginosenMay 11Tottori Local Meteorological Observatory1310cm
Sanuki MountainsMay 12Takamatsu Local Meteorological Observatory1060cm
SaragamineMay 12Matsuyama Local Meteorological Observatory1271cm
KunimiyamaMay 1Kochi Local Meteorological Observatory926cm
Mt. SefurisanMay 12Fukuoka District Meteorological Observatory1055cm
TianshanMay 12Saga Local Meteorological Observatory1046cm
YufuMay 11Oita Local Meteorological Observatory1583cm
Mt. KinpusanMay 1Kumamoto Local Meteorological Observatory665cm
Mt. ShizukaMay 1Miyazaki Local Meteorological Observatory1118cm
SakurajimaMay 12Kagoshima Local Meteorological Observatory1117cm

Mountains that have finished observation

Mountain name --List the observation meteorological station or weather station (normal year on the first snowy day, altitude of the mountaintop).

The average value for the first snow day is 1961-1990 or 1971-2000.

  • Mt. Shokanbetsudake --Rume Weather Station (October 10, 8m) Observation abolished at the end of September 1492
  • Piscily Mountain --Haboro weather station (normal value unknown, 1032m) Observation abolished at the end of February 1999
  • Toniedake-Omu weather station (normal value unknown, 742m) Observation abolished at the end of September 2004
  • Mt. Tarumaesan --Tomakomai Weather Station (normal value unknown, 1041m) Observation abolished at the end of September 2004
  • Yurappudake --Esashi Weather Station (October 10, 20m) Observation abolished at the end of September 1277
  • Raidensan --Shouto Weather Station (October 10, 17m) Observation abolished at the end of September 1211
  • Mt. Yotei --Kutchan Weather Station (October 10, 2m) Observation abolished at the end of September 1898
  • Rakukodake --Hiroo weather station (normal value unknown, 1471m) Observation abolished at the end of February 1999
  • Kamabuse (Mt. Osore)--Mutsu weather station (normal value unknown, 878m) Observation was abolished at the end of February 1998
  • Kamikami Take --Hachinohe Weather Station (November 11, 12m) Observation abolished at the end of September 739
  • Mt. Goyozan --Ofunato Weather Station (November 11, 7m) Observation abolished at the end of September 1351
  • Mt. Chokai --Sakata weather station (October 10, 9m) Observation abolished at the end of September 2236
  • Nasu Mt. Asahidake --Shirakawa weather station (normal value unknown, 1896m)
  • Mt. Iidesan --Wakamatsu Weather Station (October 10, 17m) Observation abolished at the end of September 2105
  • Mt. Bandaisan --Wakamatsu Weather Station (October 10, 24m) Observation abolished at the end of September 1816
  • Mt. Oyama --Miyakejima weather station (normal value unknown, 775m) Observation abolished due to the 2000 Miyakejima eruption
  • (I.e. --Hachijojima Weather Station (January 1, 24m) Observation abolished at the end of September 854
  • Mount Fuji --Kawaguchiko Weather Station (normal value unknown, 3776m) Observation abolished at the end of September 2003
  • Mount Fuji --Mishima weather station (normal value unknown, 3776m) Observation abolished at the end of September 2001
  • Mt. Norikura --Matsumoto weather station (October 10, 15m) Observation abolished at the end of September 3026
  • Mt. Hachibuseyama --Matsumoto weather station (October 11, 12m) Observation abolished at the end of September 1929
  • Mt. Jounendake --Matsumoto weather station (October 10, 23m) Observation abolished at the end of September 2857
  • Mt. Moriyasan --Suwa weather station (normal value unknown, 1650m) Observation abolished at the end of February 1997
  • Mt. Asamayama --Karuizawa Weather Station (October 10, 21m) Observation abolished at the end of September 2568
  • Mt. Shiomidake --Iida Weather Station (October 10, 25m) Observation abolished at the end of September 3047
  • Kukoisan --Iida Weather Station (October 11, 25m) Observation abolished at the end of September 1535
  • Mt. Anpeijiyama --Iida Weather Station (October 11, 11m) Observation abolished at the end of September 2363
  • Mt. Oni --Iida Weather Station (October 11, 27m) Observation abolished at the end of September 1890
  • Senjogatake --Iida Weather Station (October 10, 21m) Observation abolished at the end of September 3033
  • Mt. Minamikoma --Iida weather station (normal value unknown, 2841m) Observation abolished at the end of September 2006
  • Mt. Norikura --Alpine weather station (October 10, 14m) Observation abolished at the end of September 3026
  • Funayama --Alpine weather station (October 11, 22m) Observation abolished at the end of September 1479
  • Mt. Myokosan --Takada weather station (October 10, 15m) Observation abolished at the end of September 2454
  • Nosakadake --Tsuruga weather station (November 11, 22m) Observation abolished at the end of September 913
  • Gozaishodake --Yokkaichi weather station (normal value unknown, 1212m) Observation abolished at the end of February 1997
  • Tochiyama-Owase weather station (December 12, 24m) Observation abolished at the end of September 1009
  • Higashi-floor Oyama --Toyooka Weather Station (November 11, 24m) Observation abolished at the end of September 839
  • Mt. Ooyama --Yonago Weather Station (October 10, 31m) Observation abolished at the end of September 1729
  • Daimanjiyama --Saigo Weather Station (December 12, 5m) Observation abolished at the end of September 608
  • Taimayama --Hamada Weather Station (December 12, 13m) ​​Observation abolished at the end of September 599
  • Nishikasayama --Yamaguchi weather station (December 12, 10m) Observation abolished at the end of September 742
  • Onigajoyama --Uwajima Weather Station (December 12, 1m) Observation abolished at the end of September 1151
  • Sankoriyama --Iizuka weather station (normal value unknown, 936m) Observation abolished at the end of February 2001
  • Mt. --Sasebo weather station (normal value unknown, 670m) Observation abolished at the end of February 2001
  • Shiratake-Hirado weather station (normal value unknown, 250m) Observation abolished at the end of February 2000
  • Shakudadake --Hita weather station (normal value unknown, 1231m) Observation abolished at the end of February 2001
  • Mt. Shiraga-Hitoyoshi weather station (normal value unknown, 1417m) Observation abolished at the end of February 2000
  • Takadake --Mt. Aso Weather Station (November 11, 17m) Observation abolished at the end of September 1592
  • Kirishima --Miyakonojo weather station (normal value unknown, 1709m) Observation abolished at the end of February 2000
  • Komatsuyama --Yutsu weather station (normal value unknown, 989m) Observation abolished at the end of September 2003
  • Mount Kurata --Makurazaki weather station (normal value unknown, 475m) Observation abolished at the end of September 2003
  • Aikodake --Yakushima Weather Station (December 12, 19m) Observation abolished at the end of September 1235

Source

  1. ^ Mt. Fuji is slightly snow-covered! Weathernews viewed September 2018, 9
  2. ^ Announced from the first snowfall meteorological observatory on Mt. Fuji Weathernews viewed September 2018, 9
  3. ^ Kofu Local Meteorological Observatory Announced the first snowfall on Mt. Fuji XNUMX days earlier than last year Mainichi Newspaper viewed on March 2018, 9
  4. ^ Mt. Fuji cancels "first snowfall" on September 9 Kofu Local Meteorological Observatory Mainichi Newspapers, September 2021, 9 (viewed September 22, 2021)
  5. ^ Mt. AzumayasanBesides (elevation 2354m)Mt. Yokoteyama(Altitude 2307m) etc.

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