Tokyo gets snow in November for first time in 54 years

 
Tokyo gets snow in November for first time in 54 years
Unusually cold air flows have brought wet snow to Tokyo.

Temperatures just above zero degrees Celsius means that the snow is melting, but meteorologists have warned that there may come a layer of up to two centimeters of snow in the city.

The last time it snowed in central Tokyo in November, was in 1962. The snow came 40 days earlier than average, according to Japan Today.

Who would imagined back in 2007, when Al Gore won the Nobel Peace Prize for his "efforts to build up and disseminate greater knowledge about man-made climate change, and to lay the foundations for the measures that are needed to counteract such change."

According to to the Nobel Peace Prize winner, the growing ice caps would have vanished by 2014, and the world at large would be affected by the alleged global warming, which seems to remain absent.

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