Moscow’s December Warmest in 133 years: Flowers are Blooming
Moscow registered the warmest December weather in over a century. An unusually snowless month confused plants into blooming.
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One weather station in northern Moscow registered a temperature of 5.4 degrees Celsius (41.7 degrees Fahrenheit), according to the Fobos weather center.
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The Russian capital, normally covered with a blanket of snow by mid-December, thus far has had a snowless and cloudy winter, and the Russian weather service warned that it may get even warmer.
A botanical garden in Moscow this week announced that its snowdrop flowers, which normally indicate the first signs of spring, were blooming because they “confused winter and spring.”
Source is here (in Russian)