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‘Tsunami’ of Snow Buries Russia

Posted by feww on January 19, 2013


[January 19, 2013] Mass die-offs resulting from human impact and the planetary response to the anthropogenic assault could occur by early 2016.

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Global Disasters/ Significant Events 

Snowpocalypse Russia: Snow ‘tsunami’ buries entire city

More than 10 feet of snow has buried the polar circle city of Norilsk, forcing rescue workers to dig passageways through the snow banks.

  • Large icicles, up to three feet long,  are breaking up at random and causing a lethal hazard for pedestrians below, said a report.

In Moscow, more than 10 inches of snow—about half the average snowfall for the month of January—has pushed the congested city to the verge of a traffic collapse. “Traffic measuring portal Yandex reported Grade 10 (out of 10) jams on Friday, as strong winds created blizzard conditions and built imposing snow drifts.”

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Snow and Ice Chart – Northern Hemisphere. Source: NESDIS/NOAA

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Snow buries Russia. Global Snow Cover. Source:  NOAA.

Snow buries the polar circle city of Norilsk. Source: bigpicture-ru/via RT-com. More images…


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