First snow observation in Sapporo, etc. November 4, 07:03 later than normal
Cold air flows into the sky over Hokkaido, and it is a winter-type atmospheric pressure arrangement, and the weather station announced that it observed the first snow in Sapporo City and Asahikawa City before dawn on the 4th. The first snow in Sapporo city was observed seven days later than normal.
According to the Sapporo District Meteorological Observatory, the cold air flows from late November to early December in the vicinity of 1500 meters above Hokkaido, and it is a winter-type atmospheric pressure arrangement.
The Meteorological Observatory announced that it had observed the first snow in Sapporo City, Asahikawa City, Hakodate City, and Muroran City in the early morning of April 4.
The first snow in Sapporo was seven days later than normal, and it was observed three days earlier than last year.
In addition, observations were made 18 days later than normal in Asahikawa City, 6 days later than normal in Hakodate City, and 5 days later than normal in Muroran City.
According to the weather station, the winter-type atmospheric pressure arrangement continues over the 5th, and because the atmospheric conditions become unstable, it is expected that several centimeters of snow will fall mainly in the northern part of the Sea of Japan side in the 20 cm plain along the mountain in many places over the morning of The 5th in Hokkaido.
The weather station calls for attention to strong winds and high waves as well as snow landing on lightning strikes, gourds, and wet snow-caused electric wires.
In addition, the maximum temperature during the 4th day is expected to be 7 degrees in Sapporo city and 4 degrees in Asahikawa city, and it is likely to be cold from mid-November to the end of November.