After the First Snow

After the First Snow

It has been snowing for two days in the Russian city of Pskov. When it was over the citizens could see the city like this.

What’s the weather like in your place?

After the First Snow

After the First Snow

After the First Snow

After the First Snow

After the First Snow

After the First Snow

After the First Snow

After the First Snow

After the First Snow

After the First Snow

After the First Snow

After the First Snow

It had been snowing in Vladivostok as well. But it didn’t prevent them from laying new hot asphalt right on the fresh snow. The roads will be a nice gift for the city citizens.

After the First Snow

After the First Snow

Though they like to do almost the same in Minsk.

10 thoughts on “After the First Snow”

  1. And the first snow fall usually happens during the drive home from work. I’m going to be a little late honey 🙂

  2. It wouldn’t be Mother Russia without snow; it wouldn’t be Hicksville, U.S.A. without 80F (27C) subtropical Decembers.

  3. I’ve known hard winters like that in Illinois, U.S. when Canadian clippers would drop down Arctic- like snows and temperatures upon us. 30 years of it and moved to Florida in 2000, never looking back- Temps this morning (Dec 3, 2012) as I write this: 71F (22C), expected high today about 82F (28C).

  4. At least Canadians understand us 🙂 Parked my car 6 hours ago, right now looking in the mirror, it’s fully in show. No I don’t have to dig it out or anything like that, but it has 20 cm of snow on it. Siberia is no joke…
    Novosibirsk, Russia, at night right now -5C. Today will be a good day 🙂 Really warm. Yesterday at night it was -25C and at day -15C.

  5. I live in upstate NY, way far from the city, but here it starts snowing in October and doesn’t stop until April or May. This looks like a typical snowy day here.

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