Monday, 5 February 2018

Moscow recorded the heaviest amount of snowfall ever in one day more than the February average after December recorded whole month without sunshine


It's been named the "Arctic invasion" by Russian meteorologists
Record snowfall and freezing rain have battered Moscow, with roads sheathed in snow and travel disrupted.
Moscow has recorded the heaviest amount of snowfall in one day with more than the monthly average  38cm (15 inches) falling on Saturday beating the previous record in 1957.
The incredible weight of the snow toppled more than 2,000 trees across the capital.
Although the snow has now stopped the next extreme is due to arrive today as a very cold front moves in.
Moscow set another record in December when it recorded the least amount of sunshine seen in an entire month.
"The sun didn't come out even once for the entire month," said the weather website Meteonovosti.
According to Russia's main weather centre, the sun did shine for six minutes.
But normally Muscovites get dozens of hours of December sunshine.
Insane temperatures were recorded in Russia in January when in Russia's Yakutia region, temperatures dropped to an unbelievable -84F ( -64.4°C).
Temperatures were so low that thermometers froze and burst.
For the Yakutians, cold Januarys are normal, so life typically goes on.

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5 comments:

  1. It doesn't say how much snow.

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  2. in sault saint marie ontario we get that no problem because we are right by two large lakes, superior and michigan not uncommon to get 15c to 20 inches of snow, hey its winter the snowe season we expect it.

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  3. http://www.geoengineeringwatch.org/the-engineered-winter-deception-chemical-ice-nucleation/
    When moisture laden storms are saturated with artificial/chemical ice nucleating elements (due to the destructive attempt by the climate engineers to temporarily cool-down ground temperatures on the ground), storms that would have been a deluge of rain become unprecedented onslaughts of frozen precipitation.
    This sulfate has a cooling effect on areas of the sea surface where ocean currents are moving warm water toward the Arctic Ocean. Because the sea surface gets colder, there is less evaporation, and thus less heat transfer from the ocean to the atmosphere during the time it takes for the water to reach the Arctic Ocean. As a result, water below the sea surface remains warmer as it moves toward the Arctic Ocean.
    http://www.geoengineeringwatch.org/links-to-geoengineering-patents/
    Gov. patents....please fully investigate, we are headed for total disaster if not exposed and halted!

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    1. Agree. Geo-engineering is a reality that first succeeds by convincing the public (us) that it does not exist.
      V.Varnado

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