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The Suwa region of “Keisei” Full-fledged spring is still a long way off – Nagano Nippo Web

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Region March 5, 2024 6:00

Children strolling through Idojiri Historical Park, where the red plum blossoms are starting to unravel little by little. On the afternoon of the 4th, Ikebukuro, Fujimi Town.

The 5th is Keishaku, the 24th solar term, which is said to be the time when insects emerge from the ground. According to the Nagano Regional Meteorological Observatory, snow and rain are expected to fall in the prefecture from the afternoon of the same day until the 6th due to the influence of a low-pressure system on the south coast, and it looks like the full-scale arrival of spring will be a while away.

At Idojiri Historical Park in Ikebukuro, Fujimi Town, the red plum trees surrounding the restored Jomon period dwellings are gradually beginning to unravel. On the 4th, children from the outdoor daycare “Mori no Iepocchi” (in the same town) took a walk around the school grounds. Although snow remained in some places along the walking course, the pink color and sweet scent of the red plum blossoms gave the feeling of a little spring.

The expected minimum temperature in Suwa on the 5th is -3 degrees Celsius, and the highest temperature is 5 degrees Celsius. The amount of snowfall in the 24 hours up to 6 p.m. on the 6th is expected to be heavy, with 20 to 40 centimeters expected in the northern, central, and southern parts of the prefecture.

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