Interestingly, the cities of Tokyo and Nagoya recorded 30 degrees Celsius (86 degrees Fahrenheit) and 35 degrees Celsius (95 degrees Fahrenheit) on the same day, respectively, SoraNews24 noted.
The sight is surprising as Japan’s autumn succeeds its summer which begins in June and ends in August, according to Live Japan.
Netizens couldn’t believe their eyes:
“It’s snowing already!”
“Is this snow in the same Japan?”
“So Hokkaido just skipped autumn and now it’s winter?!”
“Seriously? It’s still summer in Japan, but the difference is intense.”
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