Record snowfall in Moscow – Traffic jams 3,400 km long

That’s 2,112 miles. That’s more than the distance from Moscow to Rome.

Moscow received 20 cm (8 inches) of snow overnight, which, according to the Russian Hydrometeorological Center, is the heaviest snowfall for this particular day since 1966.

The blizzard dumped more than half of the average monthly snowfall on the Russian capital from late Tuesday to early Wednesday.

https://www.rt.com/news/334288-moscow-snowfall-photos-havoc/

http://tass.ru/en/society/860128

Thanks to Clay Olson and Jimmy Walter for these links

 

“Of course global warming is to blame,” says Jimmy.


6 thoughts on “Record snowfall in Moscow – Traffic jams 3,400 km long”

  1. Jimmy is time to grow up ! A vulture like you is in need of an examination of how you see reality otherwise you a re heading to la la land!

    • err Luciano,
      Jimmy was being sarcastic..
      sometimes for statements like that we dont think we need add them ..
      the majority of iceagenow readers are already aware.

    • Luciano, self sustainable yet, got windmills & solar panels on your house, solar car, growing your food, like you want so many others to do? If not your the one of many still in la la land.

  2. Can this be right?

    Aren’t extreme cold and snow the reason both Napoleon and Hitler failed to conquer Russia?

    These Muscovites are responding to a mere 8″ of snow the way I would expect the denizens of Phoenix Arizona to do, if it landed there.

    What’s going on?

  3. California Sierra mountains expecting upwards of eight feet of snow in the next 14 days:
    https://i.imwx.com/images/maps/truvu/map_specnewsdct-28_ltst_4namus_enus_650x366.jpg
    https://weather.com/forecast/regional/news/california-atmospheric-river-snow-heavy-rain-flooding-march

    Interestingly enough, in the same article they’re saying “this is a long-term outlook and there’s the chance for inaccuracy because it extends out two weeks” but will push the warmist meme all the time about what the world will be like in 100 years.

    Wish I could archive the entire web page because The Weather Channel is horrible at keeping this kind of information available for long (i.e. no year/month/day archives).

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