The first flakes of the season in Sweden’s northern town of Kiruna fell back on Sept 30 and from then on have continued relentlessly. Accumulations now comfortably surpass the region’s all-time snowfall record.
On Thursday, March 19 heavy snow fell over Kiruna adding to the record-breaking 3.25 meters (10.7 ft) that had already accumulated this season–accumulations that busted the old snowfall record from 1997-98.
Don’t tell Greta.
Thanks to Jack Hydrazine for this link
via Ice Age Now
March 20, 2020 at 10:26AM