Record Finland Snowfall
On Tuesday, the village of Kilpisjärvi had in excess of 80 cm (31½ inches) of snow cover.THE HOCKEY SCHTICK: New paper predicts Dalton-like minimum in solar activity around 2050
The Finnish Meteorological Institute says this breaks the previous record for November set at Sodankylä more than 50 years ago. Statistical records show that Sodankyla was covered by a relatively shallow 72 cm of snow in November 1961.
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extent is 11,000 sq km higher than the average in the last decade.