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Heavy snow blankets Finland and Korea

 Poster: A snowHead
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Two very distant parts of the globe - Finland's capital Helsinki, and central Korea - are experiencing unusually high snowfalls. For Korea, it's the heaviest snow for 100 years. Helsinki has had a problem of persistently low temperatures and above-average snow accumulations, so the city has run out of snow-dumping sites.

Reports from The Korea Herald and Helsingin Sanomat.

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 Obviously A snowHead isn't a real person
Obviously A snowHead isn't a real person
The heavy snow from Korea has moved over here to Japan, David. Our season started late....mid-Dec....but now instead of Spring conditions we're still enjoying great powder. This morning I woke up to 5-10cm(sealevel) and chaos on the roads....difficult to get to the slopes! However, Japan beat UAE last night in an Olympic qualifying soccer game so everyone is happy. Michael
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