The Russian capital was treated to the first snow of the season on Saturday, and more light snowfall was predicted for Moscow throughout the week.
Forecasters on Sunday recorded the lowest temperatures since the start of the fall, according to the Interfax news agency.

Muscovites took to social media en masse to share pictures of the first snowflakes, though in some parts of Russia the drop to freezing temperatures is already old news.

By the Moscow Times

Here’s our favourite photograph of the first snowflakes.

People walk during a major snowfall in central Moscow on Jan. 8.

Temperatures in the Russian capital dropped to 26 degrees Fahrenheit (-3 Celsius).

Source: by Kirill Kudryavtsev @kudryavtsev4

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