• Kyodo


Average temperatures in May hit record highs in more than one-third of all observation points across Japan, the Meteorological Agency said.

Of 154 observation points nationwide, 55 logged record temperatures, with the average temperature in Sendai at 18.0 degrees, 1.5 degrees higher than the previous high of 16.5 in May 2014, the agency said Monday.

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