Spring in Japan, summer in Europe and America
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Many people, not just this son, think of Indian summer as spring weather, but the correct answer is the warm and calm sunny weather from late autumn to early winter.
"Indian summer is not the weather in spring." There was such a line in the commercial I saw before.For a son who doesn't know the language ... → Continue reading
Wikipedia related words
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Be careful as it is easy to mistake it for a warm day in early spring.
Mobile high pressureIt occurs because it is covered with.
Like Indian summer, in winterSeason words.
中latitudeThere are similar climates in each region, but the timing is slightly different depending on the region.
- Indian Summer
- North America(originallyNew England) Have a similar climate Indian summer(Indian Summer,イ ン デ ィ ア ンSummer) and translated as Indian summer.
- アメリカ合衆国 OfNational Meteorological Office In (NWS)Indian summer The
An unseasonably warm period near the middle of autumn, usually following a substantial period of cool weather.
(Around mid-autumn, an unseasonably warm period, usually after a considerable period of cool climate) — National Weather Service Glossary
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- Barbie Rator
- ロシアLet ’s have a similar climate Indian summer Called (Barbie Rator, Women's Summer) and translated as Indian summer.
- However, the time is different due to the difference in latitude, and early autumn,8From late9Early,9/14から9/21or27 DayAnd so on.
In addition, it is called "Summer of the Old Lady" in Central and Scandinavia, and "Summer of St. Martin" in England..
- ^ Japan Meteorological Agency | Forecast Term Seasonal Phenomenon
- ^ 荊楚 歲 Time diary
- ^ "Indian summer"Readers english dictionary],Research society, 1984.
- ^ National Weather Service Glossary: Indian Summer
- ^ a b "womanish"Hakuyusha Russian Dictionary"Hakubunkan, 1975.
- ^ Brockhaus and Eflon Encyclopedia
- ^ Explanatory dictionary of the living Great Russian language
- ^ Yo Nyomura, "A Story of Meteorology That Is So Useful," Natsumesha, 2003, p. 135.ISBN 4-8163-3468-8.
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