Terrible accident on the highway, Chelyabinsk, Russia
Only in one of the last articles we have informed about snowstorms, which bothered Russia and Canada during last period /https://mkweather.com/snowstorms-hit-large-parts-of-russia-and-canada-western-canada-expect-cold-spring-2021//.
Extreme coldwave has shifted from Europe in the third February 2021 decade above Baltic region, Finland and Europeand Russia /https://mkweather.com/johvi-estonia-301c-extreme-winter-has-shifted-above-baltic-region-2021/; https://mkweather.com/finland-397c-siberian-shots-until-10-march-expected/; https://mkweather.com/ust-shchuger-european-russia-513c-2021-euroepan-record// and later Western and Central Siberia, with powerful blizzard conditions in some parts of Russia.
One of the worst situation with snow calamity was in Ural region, e.g. Chelyabinsk, where terrible accident on a highway burried under the snow was reported, with around 500 people stucked into this dangerous situation.
In other parts of the larger region, more than 1 meter of snow was needed to remove from the roads according to the next available videos.
It appears, that extremely cold winter will take in Russia more longer, than in other parts of Northern Hemisphere – temperatures almost -55°C were reported from the beginning of March 2021 from Far East and the next extreme coldwaves are in the coldest places in the world expected.
According to Mkweather Spring 2021 forecast /https://mkweather.com/spring-2021-forecast-for-asia-2021//, Siberia expect warmer and drier conditions, such usually during the next months. It will be a result of dominating AO+ phase? It is possible. Minimally between 10. March and 15. April, NAO+ is expected in Euro-Atlantic region, what should have significant contribution to character of upcoming Spring 2021.
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