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Number of Crimea’s cities gone under snow (photos)

The forecast calls for rain today at the peninsula; dry weather and warming are predicted for tomorrow
15:22, 13 November 2018

Snow fell in the number of cities in annexed Crimea on November 13. For the majority of these cities, this is the first snow in living memory, as local media reported.

First snow was spotted in the eastern and central areas of the peninsula - Simferopol, Kerch, Sudak, and Stary Krym were covered with snow at night.

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According to the Ukrainian meteorological center, modest rain is expected in the north, west, and east of Crimea November 13, while the dry weather will prevail in the south of the peninsula. Dry weather and warming are forecasted for November 14.

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On September 26, the first snow fell on Pip Ivan of the Chornohora range on the border between Ivano-Frankivsk and Zakarpattia regions. Pip Ivan Mountain in the Carpathians was also snowed, the temperature was 0°C. 

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