First snowless winter in Tokyo since 1876
- The Japanese capital has experienced its first winter without snow for
131 years, weather officials say. The Japan Meteorological Agency said
it had recorded no snow in central Tokyo between December and the end
of February, the official winter months.
This the first time no snow has fallen in winter since records began in
1876, the agency said.
Officials said the winter had been unusually warm, but added that snow
could still fall in the coming weeks
- --- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "awoken_man07" <entity07@...> wrote:
>Thank you for posting yet another example of real world measurement
> The Japanese capital has experienced its first winter without snow for
> 131 years, weather officials say.
matching the long term predictions of pioneering weather scientists
from the 1960s.
Clearly the Earth is experiencing a long term warming trend (decades)
that has been detected by multiple government/university/private
sponsored instruments install world-wide.