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The peaks of the appearance frequency of the surface air temperature during precipitation are clearly observed near the melting point of water on the Toyama Plain during the winter monsoon. The peaks could be explained by the hypothesis that the melting of snowfall is the primary cause of the cooling on the Toyama Plain. To verify this hypothesis, we investigated the relation of temperature between the inland and the coast using observed data in January from 1990 to 2009 and applied a simpledoi:10.2151/sola.2014-031 fatcat:ftz4xtrrnjcvza75ejoj5wjhsy