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Record-breaking heavy snowfall in many parts of Japan, difficult roads and dragons are more than 2 kilometers long

Record-breaking heavy snowfall in many parts of Japan, difficult roads and dragons are more than 2 kilometers long

Vehicles stuck in the snow near the intersection on a highway in Toyama Prefecture, Japan.

December 27 – According to a comprehensive report by Japanese media on the 27th, heavy snowfall has appeared in many parts of Japan due to the cold wave. Among them, some areas of Hyogo Prefecture and Shiga Prefecture ushered in record-breaking snowfall. Heavy snow makes roads difficult and traffic jams. The Japan Meteorological Agency and others appeal to people not to go out as much as possible.

According to the report, the 24-hour snowfall in Asalai City, Hyogo Prefecture and Yangen City in Shiga Prefecture, Japan, set a record high since statistics. As of the early morning of the 27th local time, the 24-hour snowfall in Chaolai City was 71cm, and that of Yangen City was 68cm.

In addition, at about 5 a.m. local time on the 27th, in a national highway in Yangen City, due to a large truck skidding in the snow and unable to drive normally, the traffic at the scene was blocked, and the length of the dragon had reached more than 2 kilometers.

The Japan Meteorological Agency and the Ministry of Land, Transport and Transport called on people in heavily snowy areas not to travel without necessary, and to wake people up the road to freeze and pay attention to anti-skid.

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