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A Krasnoyarsk Zoo hedgehog has predicted an early spring.
Record-breaking rainfall has caused flooding and destruction in Sochi.
"During the first half of the week, the weather will be warm with temperatures eight to nine degrees above normal. Daytime temperatures are expected to be plus two to five degrees, nighttime temperatures from minus one to plus two degrees. Wind on Monday will be up to 17 m/s, precipitation is light, but also sleet and rain. This is such uniform and boring weather."
In this week's Odder News, gigolos must be stopped in Russia, Yappy might take over TikTok, and "Timothée Chalamet" promotes Russian pastries.
In an unusual turn of events, students in Chelyabinsk protest for more snow in the upcoming year.
An unusually warm fall is leading to some unusually beautiful blossoms in Sochi this year.
A shawarma shop accidentally delves into urban agriculture, much to the delight of city residents.
These days, unfortunately, we all need to become familiar with the terminology for extreme weather and climate change, if only to know when we should dash into the basement or pack up and run.
Bees and people aren't really that different after all: Apparently, both get a little disoriented when the weather gets too hot and they have had a little bit too much to drink.
A usual weather phenomenon called "Milky Rain" occurred recently in the Moscow region, but it wasn't nearly as delicious as it sounds.
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