A late April Fool's - nation wakes up to snow ({{commentsTotal}})

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People in various parts of Estonia drew their curtains today just to have their dreams of spring dashed yet again. The country was blanketed by snow this morning.

Snow in April is not that unusual in Estonia. On April 6-7, 2012, Tallinn and the surroundings were covered by a 13-centimeters-thick snow blanket.

If you took a picture of the snowfall, you can share it with us here.

(Photo: Maarja Möldre)

(Photo: Mait Hendrikson)

(Photo: Kristina Gudinas)

(Photo: Ene Teinlum) 

Editor: M. Oll



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