It’s only November and depth of snow in Southern Mongolia breaks 70-year record

Snow in Tongliao, Southern Mongolia, has accumulated to a depth not seen since 1951, according to the China Meteorological Administration. Heavy snowfall has lasted around 46 hours in the Chinese-occupied region, with a cumulative snowfall of 81.3 millimeters in the city of Tongliao, and a snow depth of 68 centimeters at the Kulunqi Weather Station, according to reports. According to the China Meteorological Administration, if the snow does not melt quickly, it may declare a natural disaster. A snowfall disaster

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