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    • Asian Dust

    • Asian Dust

      Asian Dust (also yellow dust, yellow sand, yellow wind or China dust storms) is a meteorological phenomenon which affects much of East Asia year round but especially during the spring months. The dust originates in the deserts of Mongolia, northern China and Kazakhstan where high-speed surface winds and intense dust st ... Read »


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    • East Asian rainy season

    • The East Asian rainy season, commonly called the plum rain (Chinese and Japanese: 梅雨; pinyin: méiyǔ; rōmaji: tsuyu/baiu; Korean: 장마; romaja: jangma; Russian: затяжные, zatyazhnie), is caused by precipitation along a persistent stationary front known as the Mei-Yu fro ... Read »


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    • Guerrilla rainstorm

    • A guerrilla rainstorm (ゲリラ豪雨, gerira gō'u) is a Japanese expression used to describe a short, localized downpour of over 100 mm of rain per hour caused by the unpredictable formation of Cumulonimbus cloud. The term is often used by the Japanese media in reporting upon such events, but doe ... Read »


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    • January 2013 Northwest Pacific cyclone

    • January 2013 Northwest Pacific cyclone

      The January 2013 Northwest Pacific cyclone was a powerful extratropical cyclone which caused heavy rainfall and a severe blizzard in Japan on January 14, 2013. Forming northeast of Taiwan on January 13 and absorbing Tropical Depression Bising later, the storm quickly intensified in the southern sea off Japan on January ... Read »


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    • Okhotsk High

    • The Okhotsk High is a semi-permanent high pressure system that forms over the Sea of Okhotsk during the summer months. Its associated air mass is maritime polar, marked with frequent sea fog over ocean areas, and cool and moist conditions over land. It typically dominates the weather pattern over eastern Russia, northe ... Read »


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