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2010 Japanese summer officially hottest on record

Posted by Junichi Kawagoe on 04.2010 News Out of English Newspaper   0 comments   0 trackback
  • September 3rd, 2010 1:21 am ET
The 2010 Japanese summer was the hottest since 1898, according to Japan Meteorological Agency.
Photo: (image/JMA news release)

The Japan Meteorological Agency announced that 2010 average summer temperatures across the country were the hottest on their over 100 year long record.

According to a September 1st JMA press release, the average temperature during the three month period of June to August was 1.64°C higher than a 30-year average for the same period. While June and July were hotter than normal, at +1.24°C and +1.42°C respectively, August temperatures pushed the record to the top of the books with an average of +2.25°C. Tracking began in 1898; the previous hottest summer was in 1994, when temperatures were 1.36°C above the average.

The regions that saw the greatest deviation from the average were concentrated towards the northeast  part of the nation and along the Sea of Japan.

The JMA stated that reasons for the soaring temperatures included a lack of cooling from the Sea of Okhotsk, westerlies near Japan concentrating further north and a covering of high pressure systems from the Pacific Ocean, as well as lingering effects from El Nino. The Agency added that it is believed this year’s weather also shows the effects of greenhouse gases and global warming.

The unusual summer has remained consistently in the Japanese news, due both to broken temperature records and to heat-related trouble.

Read more news from Japan by the Japan Headlines Examiner

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