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First snow on the mountains snow watch autumn 2014

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Freezing level should really drop off from Tuesday onwards so a chance of snow down to lower levels around Hokkaido.

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Was just on the news some area in Hokkaido got 5cm of snow with another 10cm forecast for tonight.

 

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Was on the news, they were showing the snow falling and cars driving through snow it was on a mountain pass somewhere up in Hokkaido.

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Definitely some snow on a few of the toge's.

 

国道39号石北峠(せきほくとうげ) 1050m

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国道274号日勝峠(にっしょうとうげ) 1022m

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国道273号三国峠(みくにとうげ) 1139m

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:thumbsup:

 

That's jolly exciting!

 

Does that mean though that the lifts may be stopped due to the excess of snow or Niseko Wind ©?

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On the lower slopes obviously. The upper slopes of Granview are well above the tree line.

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Foggy and cloudy here so cant see the mountains at all.

Hopefully will be sunny today.

 

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