Russia and parts of Siberia are experiencing extremely cold temperatures, with some areas seeing temperatures as low as minus 72 degrees Fahrenheit. Moscow has been hit by record snowfall and blizzards, leading to disrupted flights. Western Europe is also being affected by snow and cold, with Munich experiencing a record 17 inches of snow. The cold air, more than 56°F below normal, is expected to persist into next week, with temperatures in the minus 30s °F. Scandinavia and Eastern Europe are expected to be hit by the brutal cold, while North America remains mild.
Arctic weather enfolded swathes of Russia, with temperatures in the wilds of Siberia falling to minus 72 degrees Fahrenheit https://t.co/7mFfZqtmrZ
Extreme cold and snow paralyze Siberia and Moscow https://t.co/2fl600z2pk https://t.co/UF4MENwR0w
TEMPERATURES IN SIBERIA DIP TO MINUS 50 CELSIUS AS RECORD SNOW BLANKETS MOSCOW (Reuters) Temperatures in parts of Siberia plummeted to minus 50 degrees Celsius while blizzards blanketed Moscow in record snowfall and disrupted flights as winter weather swept across Russia. https://t.co/6FKcAEfDHV
North America is mild but zone from western Europe to Siberia is getting BLASTED by snow, cold. Munich got 17" of snow this weekend, a Dec. record. Near record snows in the Alps. Moscow is seeing a blizzard. Temps as low as -70 in Siberia. Read more⬇️ https://t.co/XcojguYaur
Temperatures in parts of Siberia plummeted to minus 58 degrees Fahrenheit while blizzards blanketed Moscow in record snowfall and disrupted flights as winter weather swept across Russia https://t.co/dClxo9eYFJ
Brutally cold start to meteorological winter for Russia 🇷🇺 Temperatures by next weekend will be 50°F below normal across a large expanse west of the Urals. That's actual temperatures in the minus 30s °F Coldest in Siberia is -63°F at Oymyakon https://t.co/VnKd8daOzZ
The heart of extremely cold air more than 56°F below normal will settle over Russia into next week. Actual temperatures in the minus 30s °F Western Europe will escape this brutal cold but Scandinavia and Eastern Europe will get hit. https://t.co/w4P94z5tfq