3-foot snow drifts in southern Siberia

In Tomsk, the height of the snow this morning, November 9, was 40 cm. In the north of the Kemerovo region, snow attacked almost as many as 38 cm, and in the village of Central Mine snow was almost 90 cm (3 ft).

In Krasnoyarsk, its height is 14 cm. In Khakassia and in the mountains of the southern regions of the region from 10 to 40 cm. Snowfalls in the south of Siberia will continue until the end of the week.


Thanks to Martin Siebert for this link

“Off and running!” says Martin. “I think it’s the beginning.”

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  1. Anomalous Frosts in the south of Western Siberia.

    In the past 24 hours, the negative anomaly of average daily air temperature in the Novosibirsk, Tomsk and Kemerovo regions was 12 degrees or more.

    Night temperatures are expected to range from -25 to -30°C.

    On Sunday afternoon, November 11, in Novosibirsk, it was about -17°C, in Tomsk -20°C, and in Kemerovo -21°C.
    Last night, the air in Kemerovo cooled to -31°C, in some places in the region the thermometer dropped below 33°C.
    But the temperature in Kemerovo did not fall to a minimum of these days, this extremum remained on November 11, 1966, when the temperature dropped to -33.6°C. However, a record minimum air temperature could still be held on the night of Kemerovo.
    So far, the extremum of the day on November 12, listed in the climate reference books, is -31.7°C. This record was recorded on November 12th of the same 1966.

    However, in the afternoon of November 12, frost is expected to weaken, it will begin from the north-western territories and will be accompanied by snow, blizzards and a strengthening of the north-west wind in gusts up to 18m/s.

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