Neva surrenders to winter

There have been dramatic natural changes in St. Petersburg over the last few days. First of all, it snowed, and the snow cover stayed for three days. The deepest snow (7cm) was recorded on February 8. Secondly, temperatures were below freezing for five days in a row. And most importantly, the Neva River is covered with ice.
The fight was serious. The ice was cracking loudly — what a powerful and fascinating event. But no matter how much the Neva River resisted, tossing ice floes around, it surrendered in the end.
This season, winter came when no one expected it, and it froze the Neva River pretty quickly (in just three days).

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