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At least 3 dead as heavy snow and record cold hit Japan

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Sorry to hear people actually passed away due to this freeze snap in Japan. R.I.P.

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Sad to hear about the deaths from this terrible storm. As to Okinawa, there are many good reasons to choose Okinawa as the prefecture of residence. One reason is Definitely the climate due to not having any winter weather and the lowest temperature at around 50 degrees Fahrenheit. Okinawa seems like it is the safest regarding weather hazards.

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Let us reduce our emission of CO2 because the world is warming up! LOL

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baroque1888Today 09:30 am JST

Okinawa seems like it is the safest regarding weather hazards.

Lol, Okinawa is slap bang in middle of typhoon alley, so it's hardly 'the safest regarding weather hazards'.

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Fine here in central Osaka, just rather cold at present.

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Last night was -7ºC. Left a tap dripping.

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Can't drink flat beer anymore.

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More snow is predicted tonight and tomorrow. Looking like on of those Christmas cards from back home.

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wallace

Stay safe and keep warm mate. Still just cold here, nit seen any snow at all today

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Warming up in Hyogo.

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Really?

Overnight temperatures in Hyogo will be minus 3 and will remain cold in the coming week. More snow is expected.

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Temyong - Let us reduce our emission of CO2 because the world is warming up! LOL

Eastman - this is how global warming looks like/irony off/

Do you also find the fact that melting ice cubes make your drinks colder to be this confusing?

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