GPS art of the sun drawn in the city of intense heat✨
A course of GPS art of the “sun” to be drawn in Hamamatsu City, Shizuoka Prefecture, a city of extreme heat.
On August 17, 2020, a record high temperature of 41.1 degrees Celsius was recorded, tying the highest temperature ever recorded in Japan. Conditions for high temperatures are often associated with foehn phenomena, so in many cases there are mountainous areas to the south. …… Here in Hamamatsu City, the south side is the sea. It was a mystery until now, but the mechanism was explained at AIST. It seems that the northwest wind from the Sea of Japan side is warmed by the foehn phenomenon in the Nobi Plain, and the air further warmed in the urban area flows to Hamamatsu.
AIST research article, “Why 41.1°C in Hamamatsu?”
After challenging GPS art in the heat of the summer, you will need to eat eel to keep your strength up. Please enjoy both the scorching heat and eels, Hamamatsu’s specialty!