Heaviest November snow storm in 50 YEARS in Moscow

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Heaviest November snow storm in 50 YEARS in Moscow (ZeroHedge, Nov 6, 2014):

Large, early snowstorm disrupts flights and creates havoc on the roads.

Yelena Temakina, chief of the forecast department at Moscow’s Meteorological Office, said 20 cm (8 inches) of snow had fallen in 24 hours.

Moscow’s City Hall said it expects the snowstorm, due to continue at least until Friday morning, to be the biggest in November in 50 years.

Other parts of Europe experienced their first snowfall of the season.

http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/picturegalleries/worldnews/9711789/Heavy-snow-in-Moscow-and-the-first-snowfall-of-the-season-in-Europe.html

1 thought on “Heaviest November snow storm in 50 YEARS in Moscow

  1. In 2013 aI read a prediction of a russian scientist that from the beginning of 2014 it would getting colder. So we can verify that statement.

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