8 Flooding in Moscow in February

Flooding in Moscow in February

Posted on February 16, 2016 by tim

Russia – frosty land of snow and freezing temperatures in February? Not anymore. Flooding on Moscow streets today, how usual is that? Highly unusual and strange – streets flooded with over 30cm of water in some places, people shocked and amused. Let’s see how it was:

Yes, this is February!

February 2016.

People say they never experienced something like this, at least in February.

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8 Responses to “Flooding in Moscow in February”

  1. Muzzlehatch says:

    Aha! Global warming. At this rate, in 100 years, Russia will be a tropical paradise.

  2. Rabbi Goldstein says:

    Global temperatures are rising.

    GOYIM, your time is coming to an end.

    • No Mame says:

      I don’t know, little FAKE troll… Guys like you who are obsessed with jewish people (or any “other” people), also don’t believe that the climate has changed, science is a “lie”, need assault rifles to feel “safe”… I wonder in what kind of paranoid world you think you live.

    • Peter Nebelung says:

      last time I checked, you dumb bunnies lived on the same planet. Joke is on you.

  3. NED STARK says:

    WINTER IS COMING… Well, probably next year…

  4. Asmodeus says:

    Spring arrived very early. Also in my home, half the world away…. Even the spring birds are already here. Maybe it’s going to be a very hot year.

  5. Peter Nebelung says:

    We’ve had about 10 days so far this winter with it down below -2c. Next to no snow. Currently we have a “winter storm” It’s 1c.,with some ice rain. Only snowed about 4x this winter so far, and the snow was gone in a couple of days.

    But just remember, climate change is only baloney. Yeah right.

  6. Swetlane says:

    Ahahaha? I live in Moscow, and these photos – fake.

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