Reykjavik suffered the biggest snowfall in 90 years

Capital of Iceland has experienced the biggest snowfall since 1921 — is now the height of the snow cover in the city reaches 33 cm

In the last 24 hours in Reykjavik dropped a record amount of snow, experts say the Icelandic Meteorological Administration. The snow cover in the capital and suburbs exceeded 33 cm — a record since 1921.

In addition, this year the weather has set another record — in Reykjavik is snow continuously from November 26 — the longest period since weather observations.
However, weather forecasts say that the whole fallen snow can melt. So, for example, already this weekend in Reykjavik forecast sleet, then rain, the first day of the New Year the temperature rises above zero.


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