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Pacific cyclone burying Tokyo in snow "most explosively"!!! Late Monday, cyclone will be 939 mb or lower w/major hurricane force winds!!!

 
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Pacific cyclone burying Tokyo in snow "most explosively"!!! Late Monday, cyclone will be 939 mb or lower w/major hurricane force winds!!!
Ryan Maue‏@RyanMaue

Late Monday, cyclone will be 939 mb or lower w/major hurricane force winds on equatorward flank surrounding warm core. [link to twitter.com]

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Pacific cyclone burying Tokyo in snow "most explosively" deepening at its latitude due to 225 knot jet stream since 1979 in North Pacific.
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@houcivicwxguy OPC has 989 mb analysis -- 939 mb in 24-hours. [link to www.opc.ncep.noaa.gov] …
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Ryan Maue‏@RyanMaue

00z GFS analysis had a 223 knot jet at 250-hPa near Japan -- monster ridge downstream. Extremely kinky pattern [link to twitter.com]
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Re: Pacific cyclone burying Tokyo in snow "most explosively"!!! Late Monday, cyclone will be 939 mb or lower w/major hurricane force winds!!!
Ryan Maue‏@RyanMaue

A 937 mb low & 50 mb / 24-hr pressure drop is a twice-a-year event in the Pacific during cool season. Can occur from October - March
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Ryan Maue‏@RyanMaue

Precipitable water anomalies show extreme convection in cloud-head along bent-back warm front w/sub-940 mb xtrop storm [link to twitter.com]
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Re: Pacific cyclone burying Tokyo in snow "most explosively"!!! Late Monday, cyclone will be 939 mb or lower w/major hurricane force winds!!!
Ryan Maue‏@RyanMaue

For the record, this explosive extratropical cyclone is not like Sandy's lifecycle -- this is well-understood, textbook baroclinic cyclone.

6 hRyan Maue‏@RyanMaue

Full-resolution GFS fields have 929 mb as lowest SLP -- that'd be in the Top-1% of most-explosive cyclones. [link to twitter.com]

6 hRyan Maue‏@RyanMaue

Current NW Pacific explosive extratropical cyclone at 990 mb, then 980, 965, 949, 940, 934 mb in 6-hr inc (50mb/24hrs) [link to twitter.com]
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[link to twitter.com]
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Re: Pacific cyclone burying Tokyo in snow "most explosively"!!! Late Monday, cyclone will be 939 mb or lower w/major hurricane force winds!!!
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Re: Pacific cyclone burying Tokyo in snow "most explosively"!!! Late Monday, cyclone will be 939 mb or lower w/major hurricane force winds!!!
[link to www.jma.go.jp]
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Hundreds flights cancelled in Japan...
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Re: Pacific cyclone burying Tokyo in snow "most explosively"!!! Late Monday, cyclone will be 939 mb or lower w/major hurricane force winds!!!



Yes, Snow had but it is melting already.

It was beautiful and we made Snowman.

The Japanese know only Snowman with two Balls (Hehe)
A real European Snowman is made by three!

The funny thing is that everything stopped,
no Trains and no Planes, pure Beauty as long as you
didn:t need to travel!

Snow in Japanese means "Yuki"!
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Re: Pacific cyclone burying Tokyo in snow "most explosively"!!! Late Monday, cyclone will be 939 mb or lower w/major hurricane force winds!!!
Holidays continues LoL
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bump
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Re: Pacific cyclone burying Tokyo in snow "most explosively"!!! Late Monday, cyclone will be 939 mb or lower w/major hurricane force winds!!!
The Weather Channel‏@weatherchannel

Tokyo (a usually mild city) had its first snow of the winter season today. Photos and details: [link to wxch.nl] #japan
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Re: Pacific cyclone burying Tokyo in snow "most explosively"!!! Late Monday, cyclone will be 939 mb or lower w/major hurricane force winds!!!
Ryan Maue&#8207;@RyanMaue<br><br>@TropicalTidbits ...and what a difference 6-hours makes: GFS 18z init of 946 mb [link to twitter.com]

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Re: Pacific cyclone burying Tokyo in snow "most explosively"!!! Late Monday, cyclone will be 939 mb or lower w/major hurricane force winds!!!
Snow in Tokyo in the middle of the winter, in January...


What a surprise....


Só que não...
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Re: Pacific cyclone burying Tokyo in snow "most explosively"!!! Late Monday, cyclone will be 939 mb or lower w/major hurricane force winds!!!
snowing at my house when forcast was 0% for 7 days ... looks like there
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Re: Pacific cyclone burying Tokyo in snow "most explosively"!!! Late Monday, cyclone will be 939 mb or lower w/major hurricane force winds!!!



Yes, Snow had but it is melting already.

It was beautiful and we made Snowman.

The Japanese know only Snowman with two Balls (Hehe)
A real European Snowman is made by three!

The funny thing is that everything stopped,
no Trains and no Planes, pure Beauty as long as you
didn:t need to travel!

Snow in Japanese means "Yuki"!
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 31837896




Lol, you havent seen anything yet. As I said when it happend this is going to be the extingtion of japan IMHO. Its only been a year or so. Wait until 5 years go by. I said Japan will be finished within 5 years and they just refuse to tell the people.

If the Japanese are to survive as a nation thry ha e to move as a nation, where are they going to move to?
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Re: Pacific cyclone burying Tokyo in snow "most explosively"!!! Late Monday, cyclone will be 939 mb or lower w/major hurricane force winds!!!
SUBJECT: Extratropical Low In Sea Far East Of Japan

At 21:00 PM JST, Extratropical Low (937 hPa) located at 42.0N 163.0E. This low is reported as moving east northeast at 30 knots.
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Weather Underground&#8207;@wunderground

Heaviest snow in 7 years strikes Tokyo: [link to www.wunderground.com] …
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Jim Cantore&#8207;@JimCantore

Tokyo #Snow RT @AlexJLamers: Around 3 inches of snow fell in 9 hours in Tokyo yesterday (via @BBCWorld) - [link to bbc.in]
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Re: Pacific cyclone burying Tokyo in snow "most explosively"!!! Late Monday, cyclone will be 939 mb or lower w/major hurricane force winds!!!
Snow Storm in Japan on Tuesday, 15 January, 2013 at 04:04 (04:04 AM) UTC.

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A surprisingly strong snowstorm, driven by gale-force winds, covered the Tokyo metropolitan area Monday, closing non-essential functions at U.S. military bases in the Kanto region. Navy weather officials were forecasting about six inches of snow at the Negishi housing area in Yokohama, and two to four inches between Ikego and Yokosuka Naval Base, about 40 miles south of central Tokyo. Wind gusts up to 57 mph were reported at Yokosuka, with sustained winds reaching 43 mph as of 3 p.m., according to Yokosuka weather officials. Commands at Yokota Air Base, Camp Zama, Naval Air Facility Atsugi and Yokosuka began releasing employees around midday. Schools at the bases closed between 12 p.m. and 1 p.m. Traffic and trains were delayed several hours in some cases across the region Monday, which was a national holiday. Most bases said they expected to resume operations Tuesday, although with some delays to services. The Japan Meteorological Agency was expecting some of the heaviest snowfall in western Kanagawa Prefecture, which is closer to both Atsugi and Camp Zama. The JMA expected the snow to stop by Monday evening, followed by clear skies Tuesday. However, a JMA official told Stars and Stripes that roads might remain icy during Tuesday’s commute.
[link to hisz.rsoe.hu]
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Snow Storm in Japan on Tuesday, 15 January, 2013 at 04:04 (04:04 AM) UTC.

Updated: Tuesday, 15 January, 2013 at 10:01 UTC
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Heavy snow that blanketed eastern Japan over the holiday weekend left one man dead and 900 others injured, as Tokyo commuters Tuesday took to the slippery streets. A low-pressure system, dubbed a "bomb cyclone" by local press, dumped eight centimeters (three inches) of snow in nine hours, the heaviest snowfall in the region since January 2006, the Japan Meteorological Agency said. It left 13 centimeters of snow in neighboring Yokohama, while mountainous areas around Tokyo saw up to 30 centimeters. A 71-year-old man in Shiojiri city, Nagano prefecture, died after falling into an open drain as he cleared snow around his house, a fire service spokesman said.

National broadcaster NHK said at least 891 injuries had been recorded in Tokyo and the area around it, many of them elderly people who had slipped on snow-covered streets or motorists involved in accidents. Major train services resumed operations in Tokyo, although many sections of road remained closed while crews cleared frozen snow. All Nippon Airways and Japan Airlines canceled a combined total of 37 domestic flights while dozens of other flights experienced delays. International operations were not severely affected by the snow, the airlines said. On Monday, Japanese airlines canceled more than 460 domestic flights, mainly to or from Tokyo's Haneda airport, where runways were temporarily closed as workers removed snow. Around 3,400 people spent the night at Tokyo's Narita airport on Monday, a spokesman said after train services running to the outlying facility were suspended. They returned to normal on Tuesday, he added. [link to hisz.rsoe.hu]
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5 Stars Luisport, thanks for your effort.
And Miles to go before I sleep, miles to go before I sleep....
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Re: Pacific cyclone burying Tokyo in snow "most explosively"!!! Late Monday, cyclone will be 939 mb or lower w/major hurricane force winds!!!
5 Stars Luisport, thanks for your effort.
 Quoting: Trickster


hf Thank's!!!
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Re: Pacific cyclone burying Tokyo in snow "most explosively"!!! Late Monday, cyclone will be 939 mb or lower w/major hurricane force winds!!!
snowing at my house when forcast was 0% for 7 days ... looks like there
 Quoting: mimmsy


We got 2 inches of snow when there was a forecast, even through the event, of "partly cloudy" yesterday.

It's just getting nuts. Can't even believe the weather "forecast" in present time.

Saw something this week I've never seen before. It was snowing lightly a few days ago even when there was blue sky above and no clouds except viewable on the horizon. This went on for a couple of hours. The snow was small flakes and didn't amount to much, but watching it come down like that was amazing.

As it was in daylight, it must have been some sort of evaporation that would normally appear as fog, which is common in snowy winter weather here, but the droplets were too big to stay suspended, so it snowed for hours just like that, with no clouds.

Thanks, again, Luisport, for the excellent reporting!

Last Edited by Crazy Harriet on 01/15/2013 04:10 PM
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3 to 4 inches of snow and Tokyo shuts down?
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3 to 4 inches of snow and Tokyo shuts down?
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If you´re neither prepared or used to it, Mother Hulda can be quite surprising with ice and snow shaking her Pillows out with jiggling Gazongas at the Window, just take a look at Turkey etc. ,with no required equipment available, it can get very uncomfortable.
And Miles to go before I sleep, miles to go before I sleep....
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One dead, 900 hurt in heavy Japan snowfall

Posted on January 16, 2013by The Extinction Protocol


January 16, 2013 – JAPAN - Heavy snow that blanketed eastern Japan over the holiday weekend left one man dead and 900 others injured, as Tokyo commuters Tuesday took to the slippery streets. A low-pressure system, dubbed a “bomb cyclone” by local press, dumped eight centimetres (three inches) of snow in nine hours, the heaviest snowfall in the region since January 2006, the Japan Meteorological Agency said. It left 13 centimeters of snow in neighboring Yokohama, while mountainous areas around Tokyo saw up to 30 centimeters. A 71-year-old man in Shiojiri city, Nagano prefecture, died after falling into an open drain as he cleared snow around his house, a fire service spokesman said. National broadcaster NHK said at least 891 injuries had been recorded in Tokyo and the area around it, many of them elderly people who had slipped on snow-covered streets or motorists involved in accidents. The operator of the Tokyo Skytree, a 634-metre (2,080-foot) tower in the capital that opened last year, said security guards were patrolling the base to keep people away from possible ice falls. “We haven’t received any reports of damage or injury from falling blocks of snow,” said spokeswoman Ayumi Kimura, adding around 60 guards were in the area Tuesday. “We have confirmed snow has fallen in tiny chunks. But there has been a limited amount of snow that has fallen on the tower.” Major train services resumed operations in Tokyo, although many sections of road remained closed while crews cleared frozen snow. All Nippon Airways and Japan Airlines cancelled a combined total of 37 domestic flights while dozens of other flights experienced delays. International operations were not severely affected by the snow, the airlines said. On Monday, Japanese airlines cancelled more than 460 domestic flights, mainly to or from Tokyo’s Haneda airport, where runways were temporarily closed as workers removed snow. Around 3,400 people spent the night at Tokyo’s Narita airport on Monday, a spokesman said after train services running to the outlying facility were suspended. They returned to normal on Tuesday, he added. –Terra Daily [link to theextinctionprotocol.wordpress.com]

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