Three days of snowfall in the Russian capital, Moscow, have broken a 50-year record
Snowfall in the Russian capital, Moscow, for the past three days has broken a 50-year record.
The three-day snowfall in Moscow has severely disrupted daily life, causing snowstorms in some places and roofs to collapse.
Vehicles got stuck in several feet of snow while a thick layer of snow on the roads caused long queues of vehicles and they got out of the vehicles and walked towards the destination.
More than 45 flights were delayed and five canceled due to snowfall.
According to Russian media, 22 inches (56 cm) of snow has fallen in Moscow as of Saturday, while the temperature was recorded at minus 15 degrees Celsius.
According to officials, the snowfall over the past three days broke a 50-year record, compared to the previous record of 1973.
Meanwhile, the city administration is engaged in relief work to remove snow from the roads.
On the other hand, snow continues to fall in various states of the United States, while trees and houses were covered with snow.
The water froze due to severe cold and many areas turned into a wonderland.