Record snow as temperatures in Siberia dip to minus 50C

By Guy Faulconbridge
Updated December 4 2023 - 6:00pm, first published 5:55pm
Some of the biggest snowfalls ever seen in Moscow have disrupted flights at its largest airports. (AP PHOTO)
Some of the biggest snowfalls ever seen in Moscow have disrupted flights at its largest airports. (AP PHOTO)

Temperatures in parts of Siberia have plummeted to minus 50C while blizzards blanket Moscow in record snowfall and disrupted flights as winter weather swept across Russia.

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