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Climate in Miyagi

Located about 300 km north from Tokyo, Miyagi features a colder climate than Tokyo. Yet of the northerly Tohoku region, it is one of the mildest, and with its cool summer and snowy winter, many people say it is a comfortable climate to live in. Please note, however, that due to Miyagi's topological diversity, its climate differs greatly throughout the prefecture.

Comparison to Tokyo

 

Average Temperature

Average Temperature (August)

Average Temperature (January)

Annual Rainfall

Sendai

13.5 °C

25.7 °C

2.4 °C

1209.0 mm

Tokyo

16.4 °C

27.1 °C

6.1 °C

1779.0 mm

Sendai (2018, all temperatures in Celsius)

 

Average Temperature

Average Highest Temperature

Average Lowest Temperature

Rainfall

Snowfall

2018/1

1.4

12.2

-6.7

50

32

2018/2

1.4

11.4

-6

25.5

32

2018/3

7.5

22.2

-2

126.5

0

2018/4

12.5

29.9

3.8

37

0

2018/5

17

30.7

5.6

102.5

0

2018/6

20.3

32.2

11.5

100.5

0

2018/7

25.5

36.7

16.5

58.5

0

2018/8

24.9

37.3

15.7

272.5

0

2018/9

20.8

32.1

12.9

188.5

0

2018/10

16.5

29.3

8

68

0

2018/11

10.7

19.4

2.3

23.5

0

2018/12

4.3

17.2

-3.3

29

11

Ishinomaki in Sanriku Coast (2018, all temperatures in Celsius)

 

Average Temperature

Average Highest Temperature

Average Lowest Temperature

Rainfall

Snowfall

2018/1

0.4

10.3

-7.8

44

31

2018/2

0.3

9.3

-6.5

15

16

2018/3

6.5

20.2

-3.6

115.5

1

2018/4

11.4

28.4

1.6

46

0

2018/5

15.5

28.4

6.2

122.5

0

2018/6

18.9

27.9

11.8

30

0

2018/7

24.2

35

15.7

33.5

0

2018/8

23.9

36.1

14.3

226.5

0

2018/9

20.2

27.8

12.5

158

0

2018/10

15.5

28.5

5.3

69.5

0

2018/11

9.3

18.3

0.2

31.5

0

2018/12

3

15.6

-4.1

37.5

6

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