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What are the temperature and precipitation on top of Mt. Fuji?

How the temperature and precipitation on the top of the volcano have changed with the ongoing climate change? I Would be grateful if you have paper on it.

Thank you.

Danda
Nepal
adhikaridp@ntc.net.np

PS: Contribute you a scientific paper once it is finished.

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The Japan Meteorological Agency has temperature readings only...
by: Gary Wolff

Danda, I'm afraid you're outta luck for precipitation records, but here are the mean temperature stats for Fuji-san, going back to 1932: http://www.data.jma.go.jp/obd/stats/etrn/view/monthly_s3_en.php?block_no=47639&view=1

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