High winds continue on Mt. Fuji, especially at elevations above 3,000m. Current conditions are patchy with bands of rain clouds passing along Mt. Fuji, causing intermittent strong rains or hail at higher elevations. Temperatures are still quite cold with a range of 5-9c between 2,000m-3770m, but with strong winds and rain, the "feels like" temperature will be significantly colder, most likely around zero and minus temperatures.
The transition to fairer weather will begin tomorrow with the storm systems lighting up. Sunday is currently predicted to be the day when this long-lasting storm finally completely passes.
Current rainy conditions persist on Fuji but the more severe rains are predicted to stay on the Sea of Japan side and not cross the landmass.
This is a regularly updated Mt. Fuji weather report provided for general informational purposes to the public. The report describes current weather conditions and issues and is not intended to be used as a forecast or an indication of whether or not one should climb Fuji.