Due to guerrilla squall





‘ゲリラ豪雨 (Guerrilla squall)’ is a relatively new Japanese which became common around 4 years ago. Before that only squall in evening time is typical summer weather of Japan. But Japan’s weather is changing into semitropical now, and very hard rain and thunders that we’ve ever seen before hit suddenly anytime in all seasons. You can see black clouds in the photo above. That’s it. It was last Saturday. After I got just two drops, it was raining buckets. And I smote my right knee against iron fence… It still hurts.

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