The Japan Meteorological Agency found that the average temperature of this spring, which was the highest since statistics began, and was the highest since statistics began.
The Japan Meteorological Agency has compiled this spring's weather from March to May.
As a result, the average Japan temperature from March to May was 3.5°C higher than normal.
The average spring temperature was the highest ever since statistics began in 3, surpassing the 5.1°C in 59.
In March, the snow melted due to record-breaking temperatures, and a number of ski resorts closed ahead of schedule, and flowers in holiday resorts such as nemophila bloomed earlier, which affected tourism.
The flowering of Yoshino cherry trees, which heralds the arrival of spring, was also record-breaking in many places, with Tokyo blooming 1898 days earlier than normal and Osaka 1998 days earlier than normal.
In addition, in the northern Japan, crop growth was earlier than normal from March to April, so its tolerance to cold became weaker and frost damage occurred.
Furthermore, in May, the maximum temperature in Gifu Prefecture, Kanto and Tohoku reached 1 degrees Celsius or higher, and unseasonably hot days were observed.
This spring Japan the average sea surface temperature in the coastal waters was also 24.3°C above normal, ranking third after 10 since 8, when statistics were first compiled.
The Japan Meteorological Agency explained that this year's warm spring was due to the fact that the temperature of the entire atmosphere had risen due to global warming, and that westerly winds were flowing north of the Japan and damming the cold air from moving south.
Masayuki Hirai, Climate Information Coordinator of the Climate Information Division of the Japan Meteorological Agency, said, "In recent years, the average temperature has been high, but this year it was a record spring.